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What is a tulpa?>A tulpa is believed to be an autonomous consciousness which also exists in a self imposed hallucinatory body, which is usually much of your choice. A tulpa is entirely sentient and in control of its opinions, feelings, movements.>It is perceived as completely real, and you don't have to constantly focus on it to keep it around.
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>Where do I start?Do's/Don'ts========= DO/DONTS ========
Read a few guides to get an idea of what the process is like, then decide which guide will work best for you and follow it. Ask lots of questions and don't be afraid to experiment or even mix methods to make the experience as unique as possible, for only you know what works best for you.
>Where are the guides?
Read the OP.
>Can you kill a tulpa?
If you are going to create a tulpa just to destroy it later, you probably shouldn't do it in the first place. However, it is possible to dissipate a tulpa by actively ignoring it.
>Can you have sex with a tulpa?
Tulpae can simulate the stimulation of all five senses, so yes. You shouldn't really make a tulpa for purely sexual reasons, though.
>Can you have multiple tulpae?
>What if my tulpa hates me or wants me to die?
Tulpae live off the attention of their hosts. Without it, they die. Therefore, tulpae tend to treat their hosts well and love them dearly, provided the hosts do the same. However, they are also still sentient, and thus, treating them badly will cause them to act out.
>Is this self-induced schizophrenia? Are you insane?
Well, we're all probably a little bit insane here, but tulpae aren't the same as schizophrenia. The main difference is that schizophrenia is uncontrollable, while tulpae can be controlled and ignored by their hosts.
>Is falling asleep while forcing bad?
>Do I need to talk out loud to my tulpa and look insane?
It's a personal preference, but you may also talk to your tulpa in your thoughts (mindvoice), which goes unnoticed.
>Can a tulpa create another tulpa?
>I'm getting headaches when I force! Is this bad?
Headaches are common while forcing, and usually considered a good sign. Not everyone gets them, but if you do they should diminish after a while.
>Can I base my tulpa off a real person or an existing character?
Yes, but don't treat them like they actually are that person/character. Tulpas need to grow into their own individual person over time. Let them.
>Will doing x drug affect my tulpaforcing?
As with everything in tulpa creation, this is a subjective experience. Some claim better visualization, others say tulpas may go missing for the duration of the experience, others felt no effects. Above all, be safe for both your sakes.
>I think I might be parroting/creating my tulpas responses. What if I always know what they're going to say?
If you're worried about parroting, you're probably not doing it. Parroting is 100% deliberate and a fully conscious action. There's no such thing as "sub-conscious parroting".
If you feel you make responses for your tulpa or always know what they will say, it's because you know your tulpa well. Like when you know a friend's personality really well and you have an idea what they'll say in reply to something. Your tulpa will use what you know of her personality to think of a response. This is normal early on and will fade with time.
>Am I going to create a servitor?
If you're not trying to make a servitor, then you won’t. If you're that worried, then you're already way too devoted to make an accidental servitor.
-fear parroting, early responses will feel like they're you, but they will grow more distinct with time. This does NOT mean you should actively parrot your Tulpa, as this can and probably will lead to issues.
-count hours spent on this. It's just a burden and feeds into expectations of how long it "should" take.
-worry that you might make a servitor or hologram, this can easily turn into a tulpa.
-be surprised if your tulpa starts moving on their own very soon.
-treat your tulpa like a doll and carry them around in the wonderland. It's better to parrot a little movement than to reinforce the appearance of non-sentience.
-expect voice out of nowhere. This may happen, but it may also take a long time of listening to quiet little thoughts from them first.
-worry – worrying and doubting only hinders things.
-worry about forcing before bed.
-Assume your tulpa is sentient from the moment you start. Imagine them behind you or otherwise with you all day long. This gives a head start on imposition, makes them grow faster due to always being thought of, and does wonders for your visualization skills.
-Believe all responses come from your tulpa unless you are 100% certain they do not.
-Try to imagine their form in every detail, with all your senses. This will make them feel more real.
-Go on adventures in your mind with your tulpa when they're ready.
-Always give your tulpa plenty of love and attention.
-Trust your tulpa. Much of what you're aiming to create must be at least partially done by them.
-Be patient and don't rush things. They will progress at their own pace