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Peace of Mind in Multiples



It’s nice to have a happy and lovely tulpa in your head, someone who’s eagerly waiting for you to take a break and spend some time in wonderland with them. Tulpas are often deemed as best helpers and supporters, always vouching for their hosts. Sounds like a perfect companionship, eh? But it’s not all the truth.


Tulpas, like all the other personalities, accumulate the baggage of emotions. The baggage of doubts, stray thoughts. They develop their own subconscious, feeding it with wants and hates, year after year as they progress on their own separate path of development.


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So, first off - your use of subconscious is fine with its intent, the problem is it brings to mind the idea of "multiple subconscious minds" and all that people have been arguing about for years. All subconscious information will be stored in the body's singular subconscious, although there is (or at least can be for a developed tulpa) a clearly defined bubble for them. My tulpas do react on a very basic level to things differently than me while switched to the point I've been convinced of this. But even I don't like the sound of them "getting their own subconscious"; like, yes.. effectively, but no, it's still not a separate "thing" entirely. Just their own root folder on a hard drive. Same hard drive, still susceptible to the limitations of hardware, viruses, etc. that the rest has. But by all other means separate. Does it make sense what I'm saying about your use of the word? Because I'm not sure how exactly to change it if at all. It just might give misconceptions as-is, seen by the GAT not liking your use of the word.


Yeah; you kinda nailed what I tried to communicate with that word; it seems to carry the meaning I envisioned originally. But again; I'm not a scientist.

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