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31 Things to do with your Tulpa

doyoueventulpa:

  1. Hypnotize them. Have them hypnotize you.
  2. Let go and try to experience an altered state of consciousness.
  3. Create a sensory bridge and have your tulpa taste various different foods.
  4. Read your tulpa a book.
  5. Start a conversation with your tulpa. Each statement your tulpa makes has to be longer…

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Anonymous asked: I've read a lot of guides and heard a lot about writers and their characters being a building block for tulpae. Here's the thing: I've got a character from a story I'm writing that I would like to kind of 'pop out' and do whatever it is that takes a character from totally under author control into tulpa-hood. But I can't find a guide on that thing specifically. Where should I start?

chupitulpa:

I’d go about it the same way as making a tulpa based on any other character. It’s pretty common to make a tulpa based on a character from a show, book, movie, etc. This is basically the same, but should be somewhat easier since this character is a product of your mind already.

Start out how you might with any tulpa: personality. If you’re a decent writer, you probably already have a pretty good idea of this character’s personality. In a wonderland, void, or mental copy of the room you’re in, sit down with your character and describe their personality in detail to them, like you’re analyzing a really close friend. This accomplishes two things: feeling out anything you don’t already know about this character, and fostering the idea of them as a separate person from you rather than just a concept.

Move on to detailed visualization of his or her form in each sense. Sensory details add to how real they seem to you, which in turn helps bring them to life. It’s also needed if you want to go for imposition.

Of course, narrate as well. Talk to them, in your head or aloud, like they’re another person.

Writing your story can be a form of forcing as well. There are a couple ways you can handle it:

  • You’re running this story about your tulpa in your head, narrating it and directing it like a movie. Think of it as similar to telling a child custom-made stories with a self-insert character for them.
  • You place your tulpa on a set and puppet actions they do. Puppeting isn’t always bad like some of the guides say it is. You can puppet some with the intention that you’ll move to suggesting actions as they become more aware, and eventually to just watching and controlling the other puppets as they do their thing.

I wouldn’t suggest making the story world their reality. There’s too much possibility of an identity crisis if they discover it was all a fantasy story world and everything they’ve fought so hard to accomplish is meaningless. Immersive story worlds can be fun for a tulpa, are a good addition to forcing, and help keep a young tulpa from being bored. But be sure your tulpa knows it’s a world you’re making for them and that they’re welcome to come see the real world too.

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chelcperetti:

One day when I was fifteen I said “ma you know what’d be funny, Shrek checks.” And she remembered. She held onto that thought for five years. I opened a checking account a month ago and my mom asked me if she could order my checks so I said sure. This is what I got. Every check has a different character on it, some have donkey, some have Fiona. I’m not even mad that no one’s gonna take me seriously and my adult life is ruined. I’m just straight up impressed that my mom held onto that memory for five years and pulled this off.

chelcperetti:

One day when I was fifteen I said “ma you know what’d be funny, Shrek checks.” And she remembered. She held onto that thought for five years. I opened a checking account a month ago and my mom asked me if she could order my checks so I said sure. This is what I got. Every check has a different character on it, some have donkey, some have Fiona. I’m not even mad that no one’s gonna take me seriously and my adult life is ruined. I’m just straight up impressed that my mom held onto that memory for five years and pulled this off.

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How to read a Tumblr in chronological order - a simple guide

what-the-fuck-is-homestuck:

As many have noticed, my blog frequently utilizes Tumblr’s little known feature of being displayed in chronological order.

Most blogs display the newest post first and the oldest post last, which can be quite troublesome if your blog is in the form of a story, a guide, a comic, or anything that is meant to be read from the beginning. 

By displaying it in chronological order, the oldest post is displayed first, and the blog can be read page by page going forward instead of going backwards. 

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dragonageconfessions:

Confession: I don’t understand why people always judge Anders because he has joined with a spirit and completely ignore the fact that Wynne and Merrill have done the EXACT same thing.
 

dragonageconfessions:

Confession: I don’t understand why people always judge Anders because he has joined with a spirit and completely ignore the fact that Wynne and Merrill have done the EXACT same thing.

 

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dragonageconfessions:

Confession: I feel like there’s something important missing from On The Loose. You’re told that Eveline is in Darktown, and then…you’re just supposed to /know/ to talk to Walter and Cricket? Because they’ve got the quest arrow and stuff, sure, but in-universe what is HAWKE’S reason for talking to them???
 

dragonageconfessions:

Confession: I feel like there’s something important missing from On The Loose. You’re told that Eveline is in Darktown, and then…you’re just supposed to /know/ to talk to Walter and Cricket? Because they’ve got the quest arrow and stuff, sure, but in-universe what is HAWKE’S reason for talking to them???