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[Mango/Sami] Angora Princess and Friends

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I made Ophelia two days ago, so this is day 3. So far I have been forcing her often, especially during the first two days (I was on a road trip)

 

She is an anthro Turkish angora cat, based on one of my OCs who I am planning on using in a comic in the future.

 

Our wonderland is a hill with a brown house on it and a willow tree. Blue green sky. The brown house has a porch and a windchime. There is a pond next to the hill

 

The living room of the house is mostly bare, with a couch and coffee table along the right wall, an end table with a furby I own IRL sitting on it is at the left wall. There is a mirror on the wall opposite the front door, between two doors (which are locked for now.)

 

Ophelia already feels very real, though I am very parrotnoid at times. I keep thinking I'm parroting without thinking.

 

We also found her a voice, she sounds like the singer from I Can't Fix You from The Living Tombstone.

 

I can't wait until she's fully sentient!


Current Tulpa:

Ophelia [Anthro Turkish Angora cat, Female]

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Ophelia already feels very real, though I am very parrotnoid at times.  I keep thinking I'm parroting without thinking.

 

Try not to worry too much about whether or not responses are coming from your in-progress tulpa. Some of the early guides place a heavy emphasis on this but it's really not all that important, especially when you're only a few days into the process. The idea is that the early days should be spent fleshing out a personality (which isn't even required) and getting into the habit of interacting with your tulpa regularly (usually though narration and visualization), making them a part of your daily routine. You say that your tulpa "feels very real" and if that's the case, treating your tulpa as if it's sentient shouldn't be too difficult for you. Basically, if you're unsure, respond and pretend that it's coming from your tulpa, even if it actually isn't and your tulpa is not at the point where it could be considered sentient.

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The most important thing is to try and keep them on your mind as often as possible. Doesn't matter where you are/what you are doing. Doesn't even matter if you say or don't say anything to them specifically. The point is to start making them a part of your life all the time so that you don't have to think about it. If you make it a habit you will be less likely to "forget" about them.

 

Also. Don't stress about parroting. Worrying about the process at any point seems to do more harm than good really. It's far better to assume that it is your tulpa(within reason) than to assume that it is not.


There are few things more confusing in this life, than trying to figure yourself out.

 

>The tulpa that I created this account for no longer wants it. So not having an account myself, ill take it.<

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