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How does the mindscape feel to a switched tulpa?


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So, switching is still far away for us since I'm planning on trying it only when we did everything else (and only if she agrees to do it), but I was wondering how a switched tulpa would feel the mindscape.

Would they be able to immerse themselves to the point of feeling it as usual or would they feel it like us, just in the immagination?

I was asking because the most interesting thing about switching for me is that I would be able to feel the mindscape as real, or at least a lot more vividly than usual, but it would be a bit annoying if Lea would be stuck to experiencing it just like I do now.

 

(Or does anyone know how to achieve that immersion in another, possibly easier way?)

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I'm no expert on switching as I've never done it before, but you said you were only going to try this after you mastered everything else? If you master imposition, you should be able to impose your wonderland on all of your senses at any given time, allowing you to step into your wonderland simply by thinking about it during a forcing session, essentially allowing you to have the ultimate personal virtual reality machine possible. With this in mind, I think that if you mastered imposition /before/ learning switching, then both of you should be able to experience the wonderland to the same degree as she did before.

 

Sounds reasonable but I think we define "done" and "mastered" a little differently.

 

When I mean done I mean when I will be able to see her very clearly, possibly as clearly as physical people, without any conscious effort, but from what I understand at that point it will be the tulpa that's imposing, not you (mostly). Also a new tulpa will need to be imposed from scratch, you will be quicker because you have the experience, but you won't be able to hallucinate whatever you want.

 

When I think of "mastered" I think that that's the point where there is little to no improvement to be made in that particular skill, and mastering something takes years of constant practice. I do not have the patience to take half an hour (at least) daily to hallucinate for the next few years. Sure it would be awesome, but hallucinating on command isn't exactly easy.

 

EDIT: An idea: how about making a servitor who's only purpose would be to switch with you? Is it even possible to switch with a servitor (without a ridiculous amount of effort)? Making a second tulpa just for them to switch with me occasionally would seem cruel.

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A problem I could see with switching with a servitor would be that servitors are usually just simple routines programmed into them, and when switched you don't feel your real body any more, ending up with a scene along this lines:

 

*Being switched with the servitor*

*mum walks in*

*My body still doesn't move after she tries to wake me up for hours.*

*I wake up in a hospital wired to some machines*

*aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawkward explanation*

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Well from what I've heard by tulpa-friends who can switch is that they can perceive the wonderland just as realistic as normal.

 

Some even see the wonderland as even more real than the real world, even while switched.

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