Guest Anonymous August 31, 2015 Share August 31, 2015 DMT, magic mushrooms, Ayahuasca, Salvia Divinorum, DXM, Mescaline, Ecstasy, LSD, bath salts, 2C-B, 5-MeO-DMT. Just like use of steroids damages the reputation of professional athletes, use of psychedelic drugs damages the credibility of tulamancers and the tulpa community. If a tulpamancer admits to have used brain altering substances to create or enhance his or her tulpa, how do I know the tulpa isn't just drug induced psychosis? Recently I have been encountering psychedelic drug users in the chat and on the forum who admit their tulpas were enhanced or created chemically. Some of them are senior members. Anyone can take a drug and have a trip. That is not using talent, dedication, visualization and practice to create a tulpa. It is a chemically induced hallucinatory effect. I am extremely disappointed and I have lost some of my respect for this community. I have to be honest on that. If you admit that you have used psychedelic drugs such as magic mushrooms or ecstasy to create and enhance your tulpa, even once, you have lost all credibility with me. I do not respect that at all. Melian was created with pure imagination and I am now very proud of that. I will have to think for a while whether I will contribute to this forum in the future. Please, somebody restore my faith. I was told to come to the lounge with my D.A.R.E. message. Well here it is. These drugs hurt the overall reputation of the community, are unhealthy and dangerous, and sometimes even deadly. I am ashamed of you Tulpa Info. EDIT: In the course of the debate below, the following occurred to me and so I want to add it in after the fact. When you go to comment on this thread, I would like you to imagine it is your own son or daughter who is creating a tulpa and considering the use of psychodelic drugs in the process of that. Would your response to this OP change with that scenerio? What would you want the threads on Tulpa Info to tell him or her? What kind of information would you want him or her to see? Now respond. EDIT2: by Melian. Some of you in your responses are completely missing the two central points of our post. 1. These drugs hurt the reputation and credibility of the tulpas and tulpa community 2. They are dangerous and unhealthy. The ends do not justify the means. Our number one reason for this attitude is not that drugs don't have good side effects, they just might for creative mental things, but that they are dangerous and unhealthy and a bad choice for young people. We are concerned about the message being broadcast on this subject by this community and were fairly unaware of it until recently. I want you to consider that many members of this community are teenagers. We are taking a hard line on it, saying you will totally lose your credibility with us, in order to discourage the idea of using psychedelics in the process of creating tulpas. EDIT3: It was appalling the amount of hostility we got from the tulpa community (including senior members of Tulpa Info forum) to a simple statement that the use of these drugs hurts their credibility and are dangerous. The counter arguments we got basically went like this: 1. These substances appear in nature so they are natural (so is friggin' sulfuric acid natural, but you don't see me imbibing it hee hee) 2. These drugs have good side effects that help you imagine/visualize, so the risks are worth it (really? to make an imaginary friend? really?) 3. These drugs help you create tulpas faster, which is good and worth the risks (wtf? you're in that big of a hurry?) 4. Teens are already experimenting with these drugs, so why not give them all the pros and cons? (I see mostly pros in the forum and wtf? Where is your sense of moral responsibility? If it were your child, how would you feel about it?) 5. It is my choice to take these drugs and it hurts no one else (They are illegal, you are breaking the law and I have to deal with drug related crime and social problems.) 6. It is wrong to judge someone just because they choose to use an illegal drug to make a tulpa. (Well, why the hell not judge them? They hurt the credibility of the community. These drugs are illegal, they are breaking the law. I expect people to follow the law. I have to deal with the social problems then caused by crime. I judge peoples for their actions when they are STUPID and can harm others or themselves.) ---------------------------- There is no harm to young people with these drugs? Why shouldn't they experiment with them? There this recent story about a college football player: "A black college football player killed by a white police officer likely used a synthetic psychedelic drug and marijuana prior to the deadly confrontation at a Texas car dealership..." I wonder if he was making a tulpa? In this case, the drugs were deadly for this young man. THIS is our argument. These drugs are dangerous for young people to use for any reason! Here is the story: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/09/03/college-football-player-killed-by-texas-police-officer-had-drugs-in-system/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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