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I tried it. I lay down in my hammock, and imagined myself and Kelsey, my tulpa, sitting cross legged, facing each other, about a yard away from where we actually were. At first I puppeted her, but stopped when she moved on her own.

 

Me: Kelsey, we are going to do an exercise to help you learn to talk and to help me learn to hear you. Feel free to say whatever you want. I will assume that eveything I hear is you talking and not me parroting.

 

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Kelsey: Ok. I love you.

 

Me: I love you, too.

 

Kelsey: I think you're great.

 

Me: I think you're great, too.

 

Kelsey: I think you're awesome.

 

Me: I think you're awesome, too.

 

Kelsey: Sucks to be you!

 

Me: What? Was that you, Kelsey?

 

Kelsey: No...

 

Me: Are you sure, because it sure sounded like you. *I asked this because she has lied to me before and sometimes calls me stupid when I get a math problem wrong.*

 

Kelsey: Yes, I did. I did say that.

 

Me: So you lied, then.

 

Kelsey: Yes.

 

Me: Why did you say that it sucks to be me?

 

Kelsey: Because it does.

 

Me: Ok, whatever.

 

Kelsey: ...

 

Me: So... what do you want to talk about?

 

Kelsey: Whatever you want!

 

Me: How about Japanese?

 

Kelsey: Ok!

 

Me: Do you like Japanese?

 

Kelsey: Yes.

 

Me: What can you tell me about Japanese?

 

Kelsey: Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji.

 

Me: What about them?

 

Kelsey: They're alphabets.

 

Me: That's right! Although,  we don't really call them alphabets. They're called scripts.

 

Kelsey: Oh, ok.

 

Kelsey: ...

 

Me: ...

 

Kelsey: *gets up quickly, walkes carefully around where I had imagined myself, bolts to my hammock, puts her hands on it and pushes; I could actually feel the pressure, and leans over me.* What are you doing?

 

Me: I'm helping you with an exercise to help you talk, remember? I told you already.

 

Kelsey: Yeah, but why are you lying down in your hammock instead of sitting with me over there?

 

Me: Because I can focus on forcing better when I'm lying down, and I can hear you better if I imagine that I'm close to you.

 

Kelsey: Oh, ok. Can we do narration now?

 

Me: Sure. Hey, Kelsey, you're voice is different.

 

Kelsey: I know! I'm deviating!

 

Me: Well, that's good.

 

Kelsey: Thanks!

 

Me: So, what do you want to talk about?

 

Kelsey: Harry  Potter!

 

Me: Ok, what can you tell me about him?

 

Kelsey: Well, he's a magical boy, and he flies on a broom, and he goes to a school named Hogwarts, and... *continues to ramble about Harry Potter for five minutes*

 

I have never heard Kelsey talk for this long before. She's only 2 days old. Thanks for this guide.

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