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gnmmarechal

Hi. I am new here.

 

I only learned about tulpas this week. I read that they were people in your mind.

 

I don't know, I've thought a lot, and I don't know what to do.

 

Can the tulpa be bad, without any reason?

 

I am a lonely person. Even if it doesn't currently look like that, I still am. For 8 years I had no real friends. Well, one or two people consider themselves to be my friends, and I like them, but, as the years passed, I grew a shell around me to avoid being hurt by those who surrounded me. All people that know me, they don't really know me. They know my shell. As you can see, I currently am 16, and because half of my life was spent burying myself within my mind, I don't have any decent social skills. I don't know how to socialize. My "shell" talks and kind of socializes, even if poorly (I talk, but I don't feel anything, and I hide all that I feel, because I don't know if I should show it, or even how to show it).

I don't like being alive for the reason that I don't have any reason to. Nobody knows or understands me, and I am unable to understand my own feelings properly, and even if I do, I don't show them (I guess I am afraid of doing it).

 

Point being, would a tulpa help me, given that I am alone in the only place where I actually am me - my mind ? Would a tulpa understand without rejecting me? Would communication be easier than with people?

 

 

Thank you.

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Quiktics

Hey man, welcome to the forums!

Sorry to hear you've been having social issues. That's actually a fairly common reason for creating a Tulpa, but I would stress that, although they can help with developing social skills/making you feel less lonely, they should never be a substitute for real live friends. Being lonely is pretty unhealthy, so regardless of whether you decide to create a Tulpa or not I'd still recommend reaching out and trying to meet some like-minded people you want to be around!

In regards to your question about Tulpas being malicious without good reason, I would argue that as long as you treat your Tupper with the same level of respect and care that you would a human being, you should have no problems.

Happy mancing!

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Kaga and Company

Of course a tulpa would help you! I agree with Quiktics that reaching out to "real" friends is a good idea, too, but a tulpa can definitely help you feel less lonely. You'll always have someone to talk to.

 

And no, tulpas don't just "turn bad", especially not out-of-nowhere. The horror stories that say otherwise simply aren't true.

Pinky is not a pony. She's an imp.

Sunray is an angel-imp. Ex is humanoid. Kael is a dragon. Magnum is a dog.

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Welcome to our humble company. Hope you'll get what you seek. Quiktics said good things. Maybe, you should try to get on with somebody. You should have in mind - this can take a time. Tulpa can take a really long time even before sentience, not mentioning visualisation. Do not lose your hope, if you really decide on making tulpa. Almost every(because I can't be sure) creepypasta is lie. This is not a kind of creature that will take over your mind while you sleep and conquer the world. Don't be afraid of it.

And may the fears keep away from you.

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