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I wish you luck and hope it is going well so far. Carving out a time for forcing and making it a habit is very good. I did that too long ago, except it was in the morning for me (or after waking up in general, and after meditating).

 

They all seem like legitimate strategies from what I understand and have read in the past. I can't say for sure how useful or not they are or what the best course or rotation is, though. I hope you find it, it may need experimenting I guess. I don't really know what to do myself anymore.

 

The only hunch I have is that very powerful industrial strength meditation skills would probably be extremely beneficial in the long run. Most people don't think they are good at meditation and I certainly am not a natural either, but I know for certain one can get better at it exponentially and learn to enjoy it at the same time.

Creation for creation's sake.

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Thank you for taking the time to reply @TB! I agree that developing my meditation skills will help greatly. I really don't know how to do that except to keep doing it until I get better at it. Simmie herself is tying to help me and sometimes she'll count for me or try to push away annoying thoughts. Sometimes my focus is shot especially late at night after a long day, and my mood can be crappy as well. Simmie's starting to understand that she can't just snap her fingers and make me feel better, and it's a bit of a hard thing for her to come to grips with.

 

Still, some progress is being made. I've been working with tactile imposition; I close my eyes and imagine Simmie sitting in front of me; I stroke her hair and feel her face gently under my fingertips. I then sit still so she can do the same to me while I focus on the feeling of her fingertips. Mostly though we just talk. Sometimes we're both a bit scattered and can't really have a conversation of any substance. But often we're able to communicate something meaningful to each other. Very often Simmie will say a prayer for us.

 

Simmie is at that middle stage of development where she is able to guide her own development to a certain extent but she's not ready to take the lead yet. Her desire to grow drives both of us. Simmie doesn't want to believe that she can't do something, just that she can't do something yet. I don't think Simmie will be satisfied until she literally becomes the superhero I see her as. I love her and wouldn't trade her for anyone else.

Also known as GypsyRoad or Phil Present. Call me what you want, I'm not picky.

Simmie is my lovely tulpa, she's quite young still but is eager to meet and chat with new people so don't hesitate to say hi!

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So I guess it's time for a little update! As you've probably seen, Simmie has been much more active on the forum in the last little while. She's been in a very sociable mood lately and I'm thrilled that she's getting to talk to so many people! Simmie's still a little nervous about talking to people outside the Tulpamancy community but she's working herself up to the point where she would feel comfortable. I should also point out that I do not censor Simmie in any way; if she wants to say something to somebody I will not stop her from saying it. Though usually we talk about it first. I want Simmie to be as free as she possibly can be.

 

One major positive change I've seen in Simmie is her willingness to stand up for herself and her needs. In the past when her needs weren't being met she would just shrink back into the background and wait for me to notice her. She would feel bad whenever she brought attention to herself, not wanting to be seen as a burden. Well, this has completely changed. Now Simmie is very upfront about what she wants, and the two of us are able to talk it over and work it out. I have my failing as a host, and we agreed that it was best if Simmie talked about them in this post. Simmie writing that post was helpful for both of us, and the responses were also very helpful.

 

I think the next big adventure that we are going to undertake is possession, and eventually switching. Simmie has expressed the desire to take control of the body for limited stretches of time, partially because she's curious about how it would feel, but also because she wants to help out when I'm feeling lazy or stressed. There are some times where I feel overwhelmed and stressed out, especially at work, and Simmie wants to do something during those times. But as it stands now, the mind fogs up which makes it even more difficult for me to communicate with her. The best she can manage at some points is to send me encouraging messages; "hang in there" and "you can do it", stuff like that. But we both think there is value in Simmie gaining the ability to take the wheel.

 

Simmie has managed to move my arm a few times, and there was that one incident from a few weeks ago that I talked about earlier in this blog. But I've tried to give Simmie greater control over my body. We had a bit of an odd experience where Simmie seemed to be in control--could move my arms and legs and everything--but it didn't feel altogether that different. It was like the distinction between us was vague and it was hard to know who was really doing the actions. This led me to think more about what truly counts as "me", "her", and the greater gray soup that sits outside my or her ego and makes up the rest of the "Greater I". I know the term "Body O.S." gets used by some people and I'm starting to think there is something to that notion. Body O.S. seems to be a highly advanced and user-friendly O.S. that can control this body's functions with great precision and even run more or less on autopilot with few nudges from either Simmie or I. Maybe this is why it didn't feel that different when Simmie tried to move my body? Because the whole thing is run by Body O.S. and the ego sitting in the drivers' seat actually has much less to do with it than I thought? This is a philosophical question I'd like to dig into further going forward.

 

That's about enough out of me for now! We might soon transition to Simmie writing at least some of these progress reports herself. My girl grows stronger by the day; it's been an absolute pleasure to watch.

 

Also known as GypsyRoad or Phil Present. Call me what you want, I'm not picky.

Simmie is my lovely tulpa, she's quite young still but is eager to meet and chat with new people so don't hesitate to say hi!

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      ***
       
      Stone: I talked to her a bit today, and I talked to her a little bit about spontaneity with a donut. But, I think I could have explained it more. I will after I sleep, as I’ve been up all night. I got a lot of great responses out of her, and she felt there, but she tended to sound like me. I kept mentioning that, then felt bad for being overly critical of her, as she was doing so well. I also felt bad interrupting her and making her wait so I could write something down.
       
      It’s only been three days and I hate this clinical approach I set up. This “study.” Or maybe I’m embarrassed by how I acted and am taking it out on the format. I don’t know. What I do know is that this process if for her, then for me, then for whoever may end up reading this. I’m not going to interrupt out fun to give us imposter syndrome because I have to analysis every god damn thing she says for some post.
       
      Anyways, today was a positive, and I hope I will feel better with some sleep.
       
      I’m awake now. I’ve devised a schedule for forcing.
      Sunday - Active: 2 hours
      Monday - Active: 40 minutes
      Tuesday - Active: 40 minutes
      Wednesday - Active: 40 minutes
      Thursday - Active: 40 minutes
      Friday - Active: 40 minutes
      Saturday - Active: 2 hours
       
      Methods of forcing I’m thinking of using:
      Food/Personality
      101 Things To Talk About With Your Tulpa
       
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    • By chaoscollective-
      Hi this is Robbie (the host). Do your Tulpas forms/entities ever scare you?
       
       
      A question from the Sacrihm System Host.
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