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Hola, soy Vanehaim y decidí crear un tulpa hace aproximadamente 1 año. Comencé a crear su forma y creé su personalidad basándome en usarlo como un personaje de juego de roles, ¿se puede considerar el juego de roles una forma de forzar la personalidad? Bueno, desde entonces he estado tratando de comunicarme con él, pero ni siquiera tengo respuestas sobre si es consciente o no. En el país de las maravillas se mueve y habla, pero siento que lo estoy controlando, si me concentro en no controlarlo no hace nada. Como si le hablo con los ojos abiertos, estoy concentrado en la respuesta, pero no noto nada en absoluto, nunca. Bueno ... solo dos veces lo noté como una respuesta repentina. Pero el intervalo entre estas dos respuestas es muy grande y tal vez incluso lo he imaginado porque lo quería tanto. Ayer pero fui a comunicarme con él haciendo presión en la cabeza, le dije que lo hiciera, y noté presión, varias veces. Estaba muy feliz, pero hoy lo vuelvo a intentar y no noto nada. Ha pasado mucho tiempo y me estoy desmotivando, pero quiero lograrlo. Entonces creo que es hora de buscar ayuda. Busco a alguien que me pueda ayudar en el proceso ...

 

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Hi, I'm Vanehaim and I decided to create a tulpa about 1 year ago. I started to create his form and created his personality based on using him as a role play character, can role play be considered a way of straining the personality? Well, since then I have been trying to communicate with him, but I don't even have answers as to whether he is conscious or not. In wonderland it moves and talks, but I feel like I'm controlling it, if I focus on not controlling it it doesn't do anything. As if speaking with my eyes open, I am focused on the answer, but I don't notice anything at all, ever. Well ... only twice did I notice it as a sudden response. But the interval between these two answers is very large and perhaps I have even imagined it because I wanted it so much. Yesterday but I went to communicate with him by putting pressure on his head, I told him to do it, and I noticed pressure, several times. I was very happy, but today I try again and I don't notice anything. It's been a long time and I'm getting demotivated, but I want to make it through. So I think it's time to seek help. I am looking for someone who can help me in the process ...

 

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On 5/27/2021 at 3:30 PM, Vanahaim said:

¿se puede considerar el juego de roles una forma de forzar la personalidad?

 

Sí, se puede. En el pasado he conocido a tulpas que fueron creados en esta manera. También, hay muchos escritores cuyos personajes hablan con ellos sin el control del autor. Es totalmente posible crear un tulpa por la creación de ficción, incluso sin la intención.

 

On 5/27/2021 at 3:30 PM, Vanahaim said:

Bueno, desde entonces he estado tratando de comunicarme con él, pero ni siquiera tengo respuestas sobre si es consciente o no.

 

No te preocupes por la consciencia. Yo creo que un tulpa no tiene consciencia de verdad, sólo es una ilusión.

 

On 5/27/2021 at 3:30 PM, Vanahaim said:

si me concentro en no controlarlo no hace nada

 

Sospecho que el problema es esto. Te concentras en no obligar a tu tulpa a hablar, y tu tulpa no habla. Una sensación de control es normal a veces, especialmente si tu tulpa no tiene el desarrollo avanzado, y si la resistes, es probable que no notes las respuestas de tu tulpa.

 

On 5/27/2021 at 3:30 PM, Vanahaim said:

Busco a alguien que me pueda ayudar en el proceso ...

 

Envíame un mensaje. Hablo castellano y tenía tulpas más de 6 años. Me alegraría ofrecerte mi ayuda.

I come out of hibernation once in a blue moon.

 

They/them pronouns, please. (I've been using this display name since 2012 and people won't recognize me if I change it.)

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Please try to talk in English as this is an English community. Random non-English comments might be okay depending on the context, but extensively talking in another language is certainly not.

 

I already reached out to the OP and offered translation assistance if they need it. Please reply to this thread in English.

 


 

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On 6/4/2021 at 6:45 PM, fennecgirl said:
On 5/27/2021 at 9:30 AM, Vanahaim said:

Can role play be considered a way of straining the personality?

 

Yes, it can. In the past I have met tulpas that were created this way. Also, there are many writers whose characters talk to them without the author's control. It is entirely possible to create a tulpa by creating fiction, even without intention.

 

On 5/27/2021 at 9:30 AM, Vanahaim said:

Well, since then I have been trying to communicate with him, but I don't even have answers as to whether he is conscious or not.

 

Don't worry about consciousness. I believe that a tulpa has no real consciousness, it is only an illusion.

 

On 5/27/2021 at 9:30 AM, Vanahaim said:

If I focus on not controlling it, it does nothing

 

I suspect the problem is this. You focus on not forcing your tulpa to speak, and your tulpa does not speak. A sense of control is normal at times, especially if your tulpa is not advanced in development, and if you resist it, you may not notice your tulpa's responses.

 

On 5/27/2021 at 9:30 AM, Vanahaim said:

I am looking for someone who can help me in the process ...

 

Send me a message. I speak Spanish and had tulpas for more than 6 years. I'd be happy to offer you my help.

 


 

Roleplaying is frequntly used as a forcing method. I think roleplyaing is helpful for practicing automation or having your tulpa move and speak seemingly on their own. Automataion allows for some randomness to be mixed in with expected movement and speech, and this gives enough wiggle room for your tulpa to express themself. While roleplaying in of itself does not always create a tulpa, roleplaying and expecting your tulpa to express themself in the long run generally works pretty well as a forcing method.

 

Head pressures can be unreliable. I found it helpful to learn how to create them on my own, but I was only able to trigger them some of the time and the sensation was weaker than a random head pressure or forcing headache. We found head pressure to be too unreilable to depend on for communication.

 

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My other headmates have their own account now.

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      Play a Game: 136
      Thought Hiding: 137
      Forced Independence: 138
       
      11. Imposition 140
      11.1. Experience of Imposition 140
      11.2. The Process 143
      11.3. Exercises 146
      Running Man: 146
      The Green Apple: 147
      Sound Test: 148
      Shadow: 149
      Tulpa Sight: 150
      The Couch: 150
      Back Rub: 151
      Walk Your Tulpa: 152
       
      12. Possession 153
      12.1. The Possession/Switching Controversy 153
      12.2. Method to This Madness 158
      12.3. Exercises 162
      Body Shaped Soul: 162
      Picking Your Arms Up: 163
      Host Ghost: 164
      Trapped in Wonderland: 164
      Sleep Walking: 165
      Drawing Circles: 166
      Possession Wrestling: 167
      Restraint: 168
       
      13. Public Relations 170
      13.1. Preventing Misdiagnosis 170
      Responding to Schizophrenia Diagnosis: 170
      Responding to Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis: 172
      Choosing Your Diagnosis: 173
      13.2. Introducing It to Others 174
      It's How You Sell It: 174
      The Interview: 176
      Rules of Conduct: 177
      13.3. What's It Like? 178
      What Is Being a Tulpa Like? 179
      What Does Possession Feel Like? 180
      What's the Sex Like? 181
      13.4. Metaphysical Beliefs 181
      A Brief History of Tulpas: 181
      Mainstream Religions: 182
      Weird Freaky Abilities: 183
      Metaphysical Forcing: 185
      13.5. The Future 186
      The sticky wicket issue: egocide, dissipation, integration: 186
      Learning to live with tulpas: 187
       
      14. Glossaries and Notes 189
      14.1. Glossary of Exotic Terms 189
      14.2. Major media links 191
      14.3. Bibliography 192
      14.4. About The Author 193
      14.5. Licence 193
       
      Older version of the guide: here.

      Tulpa's DIY Guide to Tulpamancy v4.pdf
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