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Hey im trying to force my tulpa via teaching it lessons and our first lesson set/unit is good values. We just finished our cleaning unit and we're about to start respect. Anyone have any tips about teaching them about respect?

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I've never quite heard of someone giving lessons to their tulpa on how to be a good citizen, but, uh, good for you! Honestly kinda impressed. As far as your question, good question! I don't know! Good luck! :P 

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It is an interesting question. On the one hand it's like raising a child because it's an entirely new person from scratch. But on the other hand it totally isn't because they exist in your brain with access to whatever mental faculties you have as well as your memories, muscle memories, etc.

 

Most often tulpas have the same moral values as their hosts. Sometimes the tulpa might even have a stricter code than their host and act like the system's moral compas. (Raises hand 👋) If you want to teach your tulpa about respect or any good values, it's best just to talk to them about why you think they are important and what these values mean to you. Yes, your tulpa can learn these things by looking into your memories, but speaking from the tulpa's perspective here it's a lot easier if the host highlights what they think is important and why. So keep talking to your tulpa; chances are they will be eager to learn from you! 😁

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4 minutes ago, TurboSimmie said:

It is an interesting question. On the one hand it's like raising a child because it's an entirely new person from scratch. But on the other hand it totally isn't because they exist in your brain with access to whatever mental faculties you have as well as your memories, muscle memories, etc.

 

Most often tulpas have the same moral values as their hosts. Sometimes the tulpa might even have a stricter code than their host and act like the system's moral compas. (Raises hand 👋) If you want to teach your tulpa about respect or any good values, it's best just to talk to them about why you think they are important and what these values mean to you. Yes, your tulpa can learn these things by looking into your memories, but speaking from the tulpa's perspective here it's a lot easier if the host highlights what they think is important and why. So keep talking to your tulpa; chances are they will be eager to learn from you! 😁

Thats some really great advice, thank you for the info and taking the time to help me!

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You could watch movies with them or something. Just like everyone else we learn from watching and experiencing.

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