How does negative sentiment during narration affect a tulpa?
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By Apollo Fire
During narration, it's easy to reach a mental block and become unable to think of what to talk about to your tulpa. This list provides you with many different options for topics to use during narration, conversation, and vocality practice.
For narrating, talk to your tulpa about anything that interests you. Don't worry about repeating yourself or telling your tulpa something they already know: the content is secondary to the actual act of talking to them consistently. Use this list for inspiration, talk to them as much as you can, and don't stress over whether or not it's the "right" way to narrate. Do what works for you as best as you can and you're good.
If there's anything this list is missing, feel free to suggest it.
All about you
All about your tulpa
Issues important to you
Places you like/want to visit
Plans for the day/week
Senses you're currently experiencing
Something you're looking forward to
The day/week/year so far
...and anything else you can think of!
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Hi. I started creating my tulpa, Ciris, yesterday and i have a question about narration.
When i talk to my tulpa, should i talk to her as if she knows everything i know, or consider her as a new born ?
For example, should i be like:
"Hey Ciris, this is my aunt, my mom, my brother and sister.." ?
Thanks for replying :)
Hi! Host here, Lolli; I'm very new to the forums, so I apologize if this has already been addressed, but this question isn't so much about forcing/visualization/dialogue or anything like that so much as the means to express these things.
I'm an artist and I've doodled and drawn my first tulpa, Ichibod for years, and while Priscilla is young, my visualization of her is very strong now and they are both extremely vocal. Our new system is adjusting and it's fun, but it gets complex because they often talk between each other, or with me, or about general things that I'm not even involved in. I've been trying to think of some kind of way to channel this communication. As a host, I'm comfortable with text, but I know that my tulpas aren't some kind of mechanism for roleplay or anything like that. What I'm seeking is a way to both document some of our conversations, so that I can draw them later as well, but also let them talk more fluidly besides random spurts of words, tulpish, and emotive impressions. I started brainstorming how we could effectively talk in text without it being through some simulated bot in a chatroom or anything like that.
Has anyone had any experience using a chat service or anything like that to engage with their own tulpas without outside influence? I mean, there's typing into a notepad, but that seems like parroting for them. There's Discord, but I don't know if there's a way to have multiple accounts and use them in a room. I'm not that tech savvy (Icky may be, but he's a little out of the loop about this as well; he's always been socially awkward, lol.)
I hope I didn't take too much of your time! Thank you so much for reading! We appreciate it :3
Sooo i have been trying to understand this for like 2 days now , I am maybe just retarded right now .
I understand what is tulpish . Images , sounds , intentions (that is the definition right lol ?)
Say i want to say in tulpish that i am coming home . I would send an image of me going somewhere and opening a door .
But how could i possibly say that i am going "home" and most of all that i am going "right now" and i am not sending a fantasy or just a memory.
I guess it would come from my intentions . And maybe here is the problem , how in the world do i do that ?
Like when you send your intentions what do you feel ? how do you "generate" them ?
How do i include them in my message ?
Like i said it's maybe just simple stupid and i am missing something obvious but i just cant figure this out.
By X shaji X
It's day 2 since I created my tulpa and I have been talking to her for an hour today ( I have been really busy )
After I talked to her and stopped visualising felt a bit.. woozy? I don't know how to describe it. Woozy is the best word to describe it. I only felt like that for a few minutes but on to the main thing. When I was talking to her I was visualising her and me in our wonderland and seeing her through my point of view and occasionally seeing us both. I talked to her about her personalities and how she had every right to make her own choices about well everything tbh. I asked her a few questions and I tried playing rock paper scissors. I explained the rules but every time we played she would only choose rock. I'm sure I didn't parrot since I only focused on my choices. But I do feel like I was parroting like when I told her a joke and she smiled Or when she laughed I'm certain I was parroting her. How do i stop? And am I doing everything right?