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Active forcing leaves me tired?

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Heyo! Just wondering if anyone else feels a similar effect.

 

When I sit down for a forcing session I enter a meditative state to begin, then start on my personality building. Its been only a few days and only a few sessions but I have been quite tuckered out by them.

 

Does anyone else get a mentally fatigued 'glow' after they're done their sessions?

And if so; how have you dealt with this and kept going with your other daily activities?


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I feel you, yet I've not found a proper solution. Sleep didn't help, just made me wake up tired. Coffee is never anything but a temporary solution.

 

I just fight through it.

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It's actually quite common to get that, it seems, as my host was tired every session, even when we were 100% awake an hour or two before. I guess that's what happens when you put in that much focus.

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It's actually quite common to get that, it seems, as my host was tired every session, even when we were 100% awake an hour or two before. I guess that's what happens when you put in that much focus.

 

Yeah it's quite normal. You are using your brain in a way you seldom do in daily life, over time you will become more accustomed to it.

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I've heard that meditation does leave you tired and dehydrated, and I do definitely imagine tulpaforcing to have a similar effect.


We'll keep fighting

Keep building

A better place for us (and our tulpas)

 

And now we're Building Better Worlds on the ashes of the past.

 

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