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Slight update adding another paragraph regarding multiple headpressure responses.


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New update, regarding thoughts on passive forcing.


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Tulpa: Vinyl

Stage: A bit of everything, primarily right now imposition.

Appearance: Pony (originally styled similar to the MLPFiM art style, but lately has been shifting to a more anime-ish appearance)

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Your earlier format was better.


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Really? Thought it looked cluttered, but I can easily change it back.


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Tulpa: Vinyl

Stage: A bit of everything, primarily right now imposition.

Appearance: Pony (originally styled similar to the MLPFiM art style, but lately has been shifting to a more anime-ish appearance)

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Approved for Tips and Tricks, however here's some notes on these tips:

 

The headpressure one will only apply to those whose tulpa is used to communicating with it. There's some ways for a tulpa to learn how to do this, but not all of them know how to do it.

 

> Basically, my tip for beginners is to try and vary up how you perceive responses from your tulpa.

 

This on the other hand is incredibly imporant - a tulpa can communicate in various ways and the better they get at this, the more alive they'll be to you as you'll start perceiving them in all kinds of different ways. If you only have Yes/No/Maybe, communication may end up being very slow or boring, but if they learn a multitude of communication methods, they could express what they want to tell you in countless ways other than just voice or words - sometimes faster even faster, other times in more subtle ways than can be expressed with just words.

 

As for the parroting tip? I think it's best to just learn to recognize what's your own will in your imagination and what's your tulpa's will, without that parroting fears will be common (if not actual parroting). This recognition should be at a preconscious level, that is, it'll be something you implicitly know and will be fairly sudden. When you parrot them, you'll know you're parroting them, and when you don't, you'll know it's them and you'll likely also be surprised.

 

For some people, one solution to this problem is getting the tulpa to learn to communicate emotions and getting you (the host) to start paying close attention to the responses you're getting as well as how you yourself are interacting with your own imagination and your tulpa. An extension to that is in learning to perceive your tulpa's essence - an unique hard-to-describe feeling that each person (different from you) has - when a tulpa communicates with you, it should usually also come with that feeling (and anything that's generated by you or by your unconscious mind/intrusive thoughts will likely lack it).

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