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The one with the colored equines? I wonder which one that is.

 

also I like your username :p


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Can anyone who has experience in Tulpas here possibly advise me and help? Is this, what my friend and I have done accidentally? In terms of the creation process, it feels in the creation and use and development of these characters, it's the same concept. I cannot speak for her experiences, however, from conversations we've had less than sober in the past, she has admitted that she felt very strong connections to her "character" also.

 

I think you could benefit from a little reading. Here are some things to start you off :

I have known characters who have become tulpas, and others who have become souldbonds. If you worry for your sanity then know that not everything that turns up do you need to make into a tulpa. That, has to be a conscious decision on your part - if you think it good for you. "Choose wisely" - you might end up with someone like me!


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hello everyone i'm LVL0_Tulpamancer you can just call me LVL0, I've been creating my tulpa yuuko for 3 days now

 

I decided to give her 5 basic personality traits and let her evolve on her own, I've been lurking of this forum for about a month before I decided to create a tulpa of my own, anyway hope you'll be kind to me and yuuko.

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Hi, all.

 

I have returned from somewhere that is not here. I am confident that no one missed me, yes? Ah wells. For your information, I haven't created a tulpa yet, or at least passed the planning stages. I doubt I ever will, honestly, but maybe I'll get to it sometime in the future?

 

Though I am not active myself, I occasionally bump in to take a look, that's how I roll. After all, it's not as if I've got anything to say, ever.

 

(Edit: Just checked my post count, and noticed I only made two posts - a 'hello' in this very thread, and a post about how images were messed up for me. I swear I said something more than that, but oh wells.)

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Hello, I am DaveTheDude001, but in real life I am known as "Octavis," or Tave.

I have been working on my tulpa for a week now and I discovered this subject through the show "supernatural," and a few years later looking for porn.


man, who knew I was such an asshole?

I did. I knew I was an asshole.

And I didn't warn you.

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Hello everyone!

 

A couple of years ago, when I was 16, I got it into my head that I wanted to be an officer of the US Army Rangers. I was (and still am) a grunt through an through--I didn't mind hard, tedious physical labor and I was good at figuring out how the world works and making things stick on the fly. I hadn't been through anything like boy scouts or JROTC, but from what I was able to gather at the time, an officer needed all of the adaptability and confidence of a grunt (which I knew very well I had) with a good amount of the meticulousness and analytical ability of an egghead (which I was fairly certain I did not have).

 

One of my best assets that I had at the time was the drive to gather knowledge and put it to use. I loved soft martial arts like Tai Chi, Wing Chun, Aikido, and especially Systema (if you're interested in looking it up or trying it yourself, I suggest Systema Kadochnikova, IZVOR, VOLK, or ROSS. Please, I beg you, don't look at the Ryabko/Vasiliev cult as anything more than Russian Yoga or Qigong). Anyway, I decided that I would have to program certain personality traits into myself and I had noticed I was more suggestible when calm and relaxed, so I experimented with a few breathing and meditation techniques from these martial arts.

 

Now, the Russian and Japanese methods relax your body, focus your mind, and raise your level of awareness. They did nothing of note more than allow me to see my strengths and weaknesses (as far as I could tell). Although a valuable thing for anyone, this was obviously not what I was looking to do. The Chinese methods require you to put yourself into a trance-like state and clear your mind as completely as possible. After a few months, I became absolutely certain that they weren’t working either, so I stopped using them for that purpose. I was playing starcraft a few days later when I started having a rather pleasant conversation with myself. Before I knew it, I had convinced myself to log on to a rather nasty Korean server.

 

It was a long series of steamrolls, to be sure, but the Koreans weren't the ones doing the steamrolling. Simply doing only the quick thinking myself and leaving all the long-term strategizing to this voice in my head made it no competition. It took me a while to realize this wasn't actually me doing my own active thinking (having had no experience with my brain carrying out its own separate thought processes without me), but I began thinking about the implications of it after about the tenth straight zero effort victory.

 

I concluded that the methods of meditation did in fact work, but instead of changing my own thought processes as I had intended, they created a separate processor altogether. I've since given him the name Durandal after he showed me his twisted up, convoluted way of thinking (which I thought was insane and pointlessly complicated at the time), which since smoothed out my everyday life and got me through Ranger School.

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That is rather interesting. We practice Sin Moo Hapkido ourselves, which is similar to Akido. That suddenly finding you have a tactical advantage in games due to your internal adviser is something I've heard a couple of times from friends of mine. I would say you have created a thought-form (a general term, of which tulpa is but one example).

 

Sword of Roland 'ey? Good name for a tactical adviser.

 

I concluded that the methods of meditation did in fact work, but instead of changing my own thought processes as I had intended, they created a separate processor altogether. I've since given him the name Durandal after he showed me his twisted up, convoluted way of thinking (which I thought was insane and pointlessly complicated at the time), which since smoothed out my everyday life and got me through Ranger School.


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I guess this is where I write this? Yeah? Kay.

 

So my name is Samari and I am a system member of Monokrom, also known as The Hotel and City system. Monokrom is a plural system, no one here are Tulpas, but recently a lot of people from the Tulpa community have been showing up so I decided to check it out and see if any other systems are around here. Well, we have a website on Google sites athttps://sites.google.com/site/monokromsystem/ so if anyone cares to check that out. There are about 6 different frequent fronters but you'll probably see me most often since I'm the most onto social media stuff lol.

 

Anyway. I am a a girl with short strawberry pink hair and eyes, golden colored glasses and bat wings. I love helping people and dancing. My favorite hobby is filming (as you can see based on our website lol). Anyway, nice to be here I guess.

 

-Samari

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