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Wow, this has been helping me out so much. It's getting so much easier to hear and understand Wicker, and now we're having real conversations!

 

Two more exercises similar to this that I came up with after reading this and have been using:

 

1: Say one half of a phrase (either in your voice or your tulpa's, it should get to a point where you don't need to use your tulpa's voice) and have them repeat the other half (I say "Why did the chicken cross the road", you say "To get to the other side"). This is great because there's little to no parroting involved, though it might be better to start doing this after you've parroted at least a little.

 

2: Say one very simple phrase and have your tulpa repeat it in their voice and in their own words (I say "It's cold outside", my tulpa says "It's freezing as shit outside"). This is great because it involves zero parroting, allowing your tulpa to completely recognize this new voice as their own while also developing their own manners of speech.

 

Both of these have and are helping me out a lot, and tied in to the original exercise could help others out greatly.

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There was a similar guide submission that came after this one, and I honestly used this guide as a supplement to get the idea that parroting wasn’t going to be a big issue if it was merely a transient mode of progression. It gets my approval since there’s not really many guides in developing vocal tulpa in general.

 

[Vocality] or [sentience] tag

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Yeah sentience is a bit silly, but what else are we going to do. Technically this also is forcing, but eh. What do I know, implying we'd get a new tag. Luckily the title of this one is very clear.

 

While the implications of it being the longest step when nothing seems to happen could be a bit iffy, I am going to hope the readers understand that it's all based on personal experiences of others and that your experience could be different. Other than that, approved I guess.

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