Viski June 1, 2013 Share June 1, 2013 Generally I have heard that antipsychotics/potent anti-hallucinogens (actual medication/pills) put the tulpa into a stasis/coma/dreamlike state. If you only take the substance once, this effect purpotedly lasts for a few days. I don't know if this is true for the thoroughly established tulpae. Anyway an interesting experiment could be to switch with your tulpa and tell them to take a pill. If the substance treats your own consciousness as a hallucination but leaves your tulpa intact then...well that's pretty great proof that there isn't any real difference between a proper tulpa and the host's consciousness. It would also mean that there is a mechanism that gives "special rights" for the Operator (consciousness-as-host) to live over the ones that are not currently in the host position. It could be potentially pretty dangerous for your own psyche but if anyone's crazy enough to try it out, it might be interesting to see the results. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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