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Tewi, did you read the original guide, or are you just taking Sands' word that I did that?

 

No, as I said in the end of my post, I was only commenting on Sands' reply and to what he was replying to. As in I viewed literally only his (entire) post, quotes and all. I'm much too short on time right now to read the whole thing unfortunately, every minute I'm awake once I'm home is a minute off my maximum 8 hours of sleep.

 

For example this. Is a direct refutation of what I wrote in the guide. The obvious question is why you would say the opposite of what I say in the guide but fail to address the supporting evidence I put behind it.

 

I was just answering your possibly rhetorical question as to whether there were multiple subconscious minds with my own view. If I'm not mistaken, at least from what I saw in Sands' reply, you didn't make a claim but asked which might be the case. I'm not wrong though, at best this depends on how you define "subconscious mind" which.. is apparently hard to agree upon. To me the subconscious "mind" is everything that is not conscious. It's not an entity. The sections of your subconscious mind used by your tulpas as theirs can't be "more minds", just possibly strongly organized sections of the whole.

 

But if you define "subconscious mind" otherwise suddenly that's not all right. But to be honest I don't care about this "subconscious" debating in the first place, was just throwing my two cents in.

 

 

Basically, because I have little time, I was commenting on the matters Sands chose to comment on. Figured that'd cover some important bases, I dunno.

Hi, I'm Tewi, one of Luminesce's tulpas. I often switch to take care of things for the others.

All I want is a simple, peaceful life. With my family.

Our Ask thread: https://community.tulpa.info/thread-ask-lumi-s-tulpas

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Relevant? Not really because I'm completely tired of that discussion as I very clearly stated at the end of the last thread. Its relevance, and appropriateness for discussion disappeared somewhere around post fifty of the last thread.

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I've moved this to Guides. Reason: this is such a big piece that 'approval' in the classical sense will never happen, realistically. I think this is mostly good, and further nitpicks, if anyone has the appetite for them, can happen post facto.

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Updated.

 

POLL CLOSED: resuts: 4 staggered right, 6 justified.

 

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Update 3.4. This Update mainly adds a couple exercises to the possession chapter, a section on multiple tulpas wedged into the voice chapter, a section on body OS also in possession chapter.

 

I did some research on the word yi-dam, but it went in a circle, so I didn't make much of a change based on this. There really seems to be almost no connection between Buddhism and tulpamancy.

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Very nice guide. Thank you very much :)

 

I actually work on a french traduction, with your permission of course (don't remember if I've already asked to you).

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Someone did. Also, Thanks!

 

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Hey tulpa001, nice guide!

I've been into tulpamancy for almost 2 month now,  and i have made some progress! my tulpa (Aya) was sentient like the 2nd day. i am able to "feel" what she says but it is not yet clear and loud words. just like feelings that are un-worded (if thats the term). for some reason she wanted to feel my body (possession?) so i have let her quiet a few times. she seems to like it. i dont think i have unclear things at the moment, as far as i understand, i have to keep forcing until i get to the point i(and she) want. i mostly do narrating any time of the day or when i am taking a shower (passively?), and rarely i get to meditate on her. i dont find meditation too useful and/or cant do it effectively yet. 

i do a lot of astrology work, spiritual things, tarot, wicca and all that. she seems to be getting a little bit of a Leo's personality (she was born/i started it all in Leo's month, July). I dont know how zodiac signs and tulpa works but she seems to be pretty much a leo. even thou i thought she would be a cancer since the had a Cancer moon and felt very like it. 

well, thats all information i have now, ask me for any other details and i will be happy to tell you! thanks for the guide, really!

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