Guest Anonymous May 22, 2016 Share May 22, 2016 It's almost like people want this guy to wallow in guilt and have little to no hope. He dared "kill a tulpa" (whatever that means), a terrible sin, and so let's punish him by telling him how horrible and final it was. I think that is a heap of drivel hooey. I really don't think anyone knows what they are talking about here. All I know for sure is that a tulpa exists in the mind. That leaves a lot of positive possibilities. I really don't see the reason to be so dark and miserable about it, except for that it makes great drama. As such is your opinion, and no one you will ever encounter is guaranteed to share it. We had that all in the past, Melian. Please don't repeat the same mistakes over again. He asked something that greatly depends on his personal situation, so I gave him an answer catered towards that as best as possible. With not a single word did I paint a picture as black as you make me out to have done. It's the same here as with all other things: I encourage neither optimism nor pessimism, and I don't want others to swallow what I tell them to think. I encourage realism, and I want others to think for themselves instead of running to others for answers - be that "others" a people on a website or a god. (Yes, that very much plays into what I said in his other thread about this exact same thing, only in a different context.) So, again, please don't repeat the mistakes of the past. Greets, AG Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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