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I can't see anything

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Hi!

I tried enter wonderland few times, but I can't see anything and I don't know why.

When I try to imagine wonderland I know that I think about it, but I can't see it.

Please, help and sorry for my english (It's not very good) ^^


\My tulpa - Lan will speak in this backslashes (I don't hear him)\

Jeśli jesteś Polakiem i masz ochotę ze mną pisać pisz po polsku, proszę :)

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You don't actually see it, you'll "see" it within your imagination, nothing more. (for now at least)

Just in case this common misunderstanding happened to you.

 

Now about visualization:

The key is probably practice (everything gets better with practice) but there are a few things you could try.

Are you sure you aren't too comfortable? I find that when I am my mind will wander in all possible directions making it hard to concentrate on the wonderland and tulpa. Same thing with being too tired.

 

Another thing that really helped me when I had a wonderland made completely by me (I now switched to a memory of a certain city, it's a lot easier since I know it well) was to narrate the details to myself, it helped me define things and keep my thoughts on track. Just tell yourself stuff like:

"Ok, there's the stone floor. It's made out of solid marble plates, and I can see all the veins" etc.

 

Also what CreativeMind said, the guides can be pretty useful sometimes.

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At first, my/our Wonderland was just the Destiny Isles from Kingdom Hearts 1. Now, it's an island, with an awesome palace on it. It has gears, and crystals, and stuff.


If I suddenly drop out of Chat, it means I was on my old and unreliable laptop. Was. PM me instead, because I can reply to PMs using my 3DS, but it can't use Chat.

 

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I've found that memories can help if you're not particularly imaginative. A favorite childhood location or your own home can make for a serviceable wonderland in a pinch. The only problem might be if you try to re-visit that place after you or your tulpa have made some alterations (i.e. a porch where there wasn't one previously, or giant mushrooms on your roof) -- that is, distinguishing between your wonderland and the "real" "meat space" site.

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