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Hello everyone. Faux and I have been working on imposition, and I’ve been struggling with visualizing him in the real world, without him fading in and out, and I’m also struggling with feeling him. We don’t have this trouble in the wonderland, it’s only when I visualize him with my eyes open. Any tips?

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Practice practice practice! There are few guides to imposition, but the theme is clear, you need to practice a lot.

 

We found that visualization practice also indirectly helps imposition.

 

Presence is tricky too, concentrate on that first. Like having them walk behind you so you wouldn't see them.

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33 minutes ago, Misha said:

Practice practice practice! There are few guides to imposition, but the theme is clear, you need to practice a lot.

 

We found that visualization practice also indirectly helps imposition.

 

Presence is tricky too, concentrate on that first. Like having them walk behind you so you wouldn't see them.

Ohhhh okay thank you! This really helps.

 

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