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LucidAcid’s meditative tulpaforcing guide for more productive forcing and stuff


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Interesting. I will have to try that out. I don't believe in any supernatural stuff like that, I tend to think how silly it is to think that while the rest of the universe remains unaffected by it. But that is off topic.

 

Thankyou, this is a good guide.

My opinions are all subject to change.

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Through much experimentation and experience, I’ve found that the best form of meditation to use for tulpaforcing without prior experience is Pranayama, which happens to be one of the simplest and easiest to learn techniques available, as it’s entirely based on breathing. The name Pranayama meaning “extension of the breath”.

 

 

In your opinion, are there other forms of meditation that are even better for tulpaforcing than Pranayama?

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After seeing this thread bubble up to the surface of the guides section, I decided to read it over again (mostly because I forgot what was in Lucid's post.) As I finished reading it, I realized there were links to more resources on meditation near the bottom. I was curious and decided to open up "Mindfulness in Plain English" and gave it a read.

Needless to say, I'm only on chapter 3 right now and all of it is really interesting.

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I've actually tried doing something similar to this with one of fede's tones several days before finding this guide, and it worked great-- almost too great. I got caught up in the breathing so much that it actually swept my mind blank for a few minutes, causing me to even forget why I was meditating in the first place.

After reading this guide, I think I should try that method again later today.

I'm also curious of what would happen if I meditate and force at the same time. I'm actually getting pretty excited.

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By regularly doing meditation for 10+ minutes per day, you’ll have reduced physical pain and an enhanced immune system. Psychological detriments such as depression, anxiety, anger, and confusion are all greatly reduced, while benefiting from increased energy, and reduced stress. It greatly helps to control unwanted thoughts, and provides a sense of tranquility because of it. Meditation also promotes increased blood flow and slows the heart rate, leading to lower blood pressure and reducing your risk of a heart attack.

 

Check for reduced pain, I have been sick less often, I'm still rather rageful, somewhat anxious, and I'm only slightly less of a mope, but that is as much as from having a cheery tulpa around, and I guess I'm even more chillaxed than before.

Those random violent thoughts went away, so some tranquility did follow. And breathing deeply makes your heart beat slower, no way.

 

Still no sense of time dilation, my body always knows when an hour has passed while meditating, and going past that is less than skillful.

 

By regularly doing meditation for 10+ minutes per day, you’ll have reduced physical pain and an enhanced immune system. Psychological detriments such as depression, anxiety, anger, and confusion are all greatly reduced, while benefiting from increased energy, and reduced stress. It greatly helps to control unwanted thoughts, and provides a sense of tranquility because of it. Meditation also promotes increased blood flow and slows the heart rate, leading to lower blood pressure and reducing your risk of a heart attack. It is even proven to actually reverse heart disease. This is all based on countless credible scientific studies, and there are even more benefits being discovered all the time.

 

Thanks for the guide, it is useful, and I have delivered it to many people over the past few months. The pastebin has 124 hits, I'm hoping some people stuck with it regularly.

 

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Thanks for the post. ive started to try meditation before forcing and it makes it a whole lot easier to concentrate. ive tried it before other activities too like skiing and i do much better. defiantly going to make a habit of this :)

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