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Nice to meet you. I'm Japanese. Call me kumo.
I participated because I was interested in the Tulpa community overseas. Is this the right place to post?
English may be difficult to read because I'm not used to it.
Talpa is 13 now. From the human form, to dragons, to crustaceans, there's Anomalocaris.

7 hours ago, cloudy energetic dragon(jp said:


In tulpa in Japan,
There are different types of encounters, such as creative, coincidental, birth, and developmental.
Creativity is most common, and tulpa, which is encountered in meditation and spiritual places, is referred to as a coincidental encounter. The serendipitous tulpa is often completed as tulpa from the beginning. The birth type is talpa born between talpa and tulpamancer. The developmental form was proposed recently, and I don't know much about it.

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Hi! There's a tulpa community in Japan? that's cool, I didn't think Japan really knew about plurality or tulpas for that matter

Hi, I'm one of Lumi's tulpas! I like rain and dancing and dancing in the rain and if there's frogs there too that's bonus points.

I think being happy and having fun makes life worth living, so spreading happiness is my number one goal!

Talk to us? https://community.tulpa.info/thread-ask-lumi-s-tulpas

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Welcome to tulpa.info! I find it interesting to learn about other tulpa communities and their views and terminologies. Cool thing being from Japan too. Hope we can learn more from you!

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Thanks for the welcome!
Japanese communities and blogs are quiet and have little interaction.
Twitter is a little busy.
I'm going to bed now, but I'll come again.

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If you know of any, please tell me of some Japanese websites that are about tulpas other than Atwiki. I would like to know if there are any interesting sites.

What are your tulpas like? Your wrote, "Talpa is 13 now", did that sentence mean "I have 13 tulpas, their appearances include humans, dragons, crustaceans, and Anomalocaris"?

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Thank you for watching Atwiki!
But the sites that describe tulpa other than Atwiki are all subjective. Atwiki is an introduction, and there is no detailed manual for the creation of tulpa.
If you don't have any resistance, what is "タルパ考察" or "タルパとは?"

You should be able to get a lot of information if you search with ".

I'm sorry it's hard to understand. I live with 13 tulpa. The tribe,

Dragons are 4.
The humanoid is 4.
The machine is 2.
1 crab.
A shark is 1.
Anomalocaris is 1.

I don't belong to any particular community, and I post my daily life with tulpa on my site like a diary. The main tulpa community in Japan is Twitter, but I don't like it because there are many aggressive users.


抵抗が無ければ日本語で”タルパ 考察”または”タルパとは?”で検索されると様々な情報が得られるはずです。




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The majority of Tulpamancers in Japan are minors. Is this universal? Many Tulpamancers retire within a few years.
You may be offended by Tulpamancers in Japan, but there are some Tulpamancers who post tulpa illustrations on Twitter to get praise from many people, and their main purpose is to satisfy their desire for approval.
On Tulpa.info you can see some members writing about the growth process of tulpa, but in Japan, the growth process is not mentioned, and in many cases, the main activities are daily life and conversation with tulpa. Tulpamancers that have tulpa write for them are not uncommon these days and are often preferred.

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A lot of tulpamancers in Finland are minors, too, I was too when I started. I'm not really in contact with the newer tulpamancers anymore, (aside from ones that find their way to our very inactive discord server with older tulpamancers I've known for years,) but I think a lot of them are around the age of 15, youngest I knew was 11. A lot of them stop practicing tulpamancy after a while, and a lot of them probably didn't do it seriously to begin with. I even knew one that dissipated a tulpa the moment it started to show independent thought, because they thought it wasn't supposed to do that. Some of them are simply roleplaying, even claiming that their tulpas bring them physical objects as gifts, which is obviously impossible.

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Thank you for your comment! I see. It seems that the increase of underage Tulpamancers is not a phenomenon peculiar to Japan. Some underage Tulpamancers may challenge you as an extension of fantasy play. As you say, I also think that physical interference by tulpa is impossible. But I don't deny it. In Japan, there is an active movement not to call tulpa tulap, and there are a certain number of people who don't want to be fixed on the concept of tulpa. It might be good to enjoy tulpa life with the spirit of "Just enjoy it!".

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