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Tulpas and Mathmatics

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On some of the original guides, there are claims that a fully-developed tulpa will have the ability to do fast and accurate math-cranking. This seems to be something that most have forgotten, but I would like to know; have any of you actually accomplished this? Is there any evidence for tulpas having better math abilities than the hosts at all?

This is something that my tulpas and I would like to achieve, but so far, no one seems to have done it. If you have, please share your wisdom!


Tulpas: Justine, Guess, Clarence

 

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Er, half-relevant I guess, but Scarlet usually tells me things I should do in my code that I myself don't realize. She's also better at estimating things. I usually ask her how much ketchup I should use or what data structure would be best, haha. So I guess those count.


Scarlet - anime, 8/15/2012

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Er, half-relevant I guess, but Scarlet usually tells me things I should do in my code that I myself don't realize. She's also better at estimating things. I usually ask her how much ketchup I should use or what data structure would be best, haha. So I guess those count.

 

Yeah, but those seem to be more opinion-related and not actual abilities. I'm just looking to see if anyone has actually lived up to the original claims at all. If not, then where did they even come from?!


Tulpas: Justine, Guess, Clarence

 

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I don't feel like Raina is better than me at math, per se, but she can usually figure out calculations a little bit faster than I can. She's also good at finding alternative solutions to problems which I am thankful for. She seems to have a very structured mathematical mind and she's a very quick thinker. She also loves Calculus which I absolutely loathe. Lol.


"Assert the supremacy of your Imaginal acts over facts and put all things in subjection to them... Nothing can take it from but your failure to persist in imagining the ideal realized."

 

-Neville Goddard

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