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Using a tulpa to aid in learning a language

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I've noticed tulpas tend to be better at the language the host uses to interact/force them with. I mean, if the host knows languages A and B but only uses A with the tulpa, the tulpa will be most comfortable using language A and may even have trouble with language B.


My tulpa Aya writes in this color.

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Huh. Our experience is that our Dutch, English and German is about equal, despite using mostly English. Although, I do tend to have more language mishaps no matter what language we choose to communicate with. It also takes a small while to adjust between languages, but that has more to do with the brain needing time to process the language change.


Michen, host or "main" / Amantha, anthro arctic fox tulpa

 

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thanks all for the interesting responses.  :) . I'll let you guys know how this goes when we are communicating better together. I can't really speak to him in much German as I'm only currently at an A2 level. 

 

Michen.. is that your tulpa? that drawing is cute


Jesse (human male) DOB 16th April 2013 

Working on imposition

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