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RISKS: Driving or falling down from stairs?

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Can it be risky to create tulpa then we are talking about driving or walking, becouse tulpa may stand on your eyes or posses you while you are driving a car and cause accidents. Can this happen?


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It's as risky as driving with a person who can cover your eyes or grab the wheel and cause an accident. Do you trust your friends?

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I believe there is a risk involved but it is very small and it is dependent on an individual basis and cannot be measured universally.

 

Let's think of all the factors involved:

 

Driving:

  • In early development, Tulpaforcing may be dangerous as it diverts some of your attention away from the road.
  • In later development or a well rounded Tulpa could do something bad like cover your eyes or possess you which is extremely dangerous. But I think this is unlikely, It is highly insensible for a Tulpa to do that and put you in that much risk - If you die, you take them down with you.
  • They may be aggravating and induce road rage. Once again, a small risk - it is your fault if you are childish and get angry enough to put yourself in danger over a trollish Tulpa.

 

Walking:

  • Tripping you over and killing you - I think this is a most likely danger because this can happen accidentally. A Tulpa can possibly cause you to slip up and accidentally bang your head against the curb. It is the most likely way I can think of accidental death by Tulpa but I don't think it is anything to worry about

 

Daily tasks:

  • Changing your actions could be potentially dangerous - for example, you do not want to be pouring boiling water into a cup for some coffee then have a tupper burn you with it. Once again, the risk is low because the Tulpa has preservation instinct just like you do.

 

People and interaction:

  • A Tulpa could possibly possess you or cause you to provoke someone in some way, eg name-calling someone or become threatening or making you behave strangely. This could possibly cause some people to lash out in fear or self defense, thinking it is you who is responsible.

 

Overall, yes it is possible for a Tulpa to randomly kill you, but the risk is low as most of it could be accidental and a Tulpa has preservation instinct to stay alive - if you die they die too. The risk is very low. Nothing to worry about.


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In early development, Tulpaforcing may be dangerous as it diverts some of your attention away from the road.

 

I suppose this is true, but my tulpa has always adviced to me to drive slower and more carefully, and keep my eyes on the road.

 

It is highly insensible for a Tulpa to do that and put you in that much risk - If you die, you take them down with you.

 

This pretty much says it all. They'd have to be suicidal and homocidal to do anything that would threaten you.

 

falling down from stairs

 

I told you man. I TOLD you about stairs!

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... red and i never tulpaforce while driving..

we usually talk to each other while i am doing my job

or programming a rpg or playing a mmorpg

 

for some reason Red loves world of warcraft.. he told me "roll a mage, bro!" i was like "um... i.. kinda wanted to level a monk, but why not?" ..never was much of a mage but it was quite fun to play as a fire mage.


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