motorheadlk December 28, 2012 Share December 28, 2012 I don't have any intent to discuss this to reach any truth, I just wanted to write it somewhere so I wouldn't forget it. I have an hypothesis for why a host couldn't break the tulpa's control over the body that doesn't require the belief that the tulpa became the dominant personality. I'm not saying I believe this, is just a counterargument to anyone that claims that because the tulpa is in full control of the body during the switching, it means that the tulpa becames the host/the dominant personality or whatever. What we see is that when you are entering a tulpa-like state to switch, you are disconnecting yourself to all senses, sight, smell, taste, touch, audio. Everything fades away, and then your tulpa takes control of it. That, for some people, already leads to the conclusion that the tulpa became the host/dominant personality, which seems a fallacy, because there are other things that would lead to the host not being able to control the body anymore. What I think is more likely to be the truth is that when the host is entering a tulpa-like state, he severs his connections to the body and the sense mentally, and then his tulpa assumes it. When this connection is severed, the tulpa posses the body, but the only thing that differs switching from possession is that the host is not/is less aware of his own body, and the tulpa is completely/more aware of the hosts body. That makes it difficult for the host to come back into control if the tulpa doesn't want it, because the tulpa has a better connection to the control of the body than the host atm. That doesn't make it the dominant personality or the host itself, it doesn't magically transforms the tulpa in the host and gives a tulpa the power to dissipate a host or anything like that. It only means that the connection is severed and needs to be rebuilt. Now, for how this connection could be rebuilt, I know it would take time and be difficult, but I doubt that the host, when switched to with a tulpa, looses any characteristics he has within his own mind other than "body main-controller", because that's what you do when you enter a tulpa like state, you only becomes less aware of the body. Anyway, I guess I explained why I think that even when a tulpa and a host switch, the tulpa is still not the host and the host is still not his tulpas own tulpa. Of course, this can't be actually confirmed without actual experience on it, that I will try to back up one day, but I'm far from it right now. Good afternoon everybody. I'm brazilian and my english is not really good, I'll do every mistake you imagine, but I'll try to avoid them. Tulpa: Kuruminha Age: Began on the middle of october. Form: My avatar. Sentience: Confirmed. Mindvoice: Not yet. Working on: Visualization and Mindspeaking. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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