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HERE COMES A NEW AGE https://8ch.net/tulpa/rules.html

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 No.15692[Reply]

Updated 4/24/18

Welcome to the new age of /tulpa/. I am Lowlel and will be your new board owner. Things are going to be a little different from back in the day but not too much.

Some notable changes:

New theme

Post IDs are gone for now, may add them back if necessary

Word filters are gone

New banners will be added

Cyclical discussion thread planned

Board logs is now open to the public along with ban logs

I am very hands off in moderation but there will be a few rules:

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 No.16204

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The update!

Hello! I hope you're having a wonderful Tuesday. Just popping in to let you all know some board changes formally, albeit super late. Through some drama and shenanigans the /tulpa/ discord has been deleted. I know a lot of people asked me to make a new one but honestly I feel like a discord would just detract from the board activity.

On to our next point, Snack has been removed as a Janitor. I'll be honest this is mostly because he deleted our damn discord but it felt like most people did not trust him as a janitor anyway.




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 No.19149[Reply]

thinking of making a worm tulpa. is it possible? can you make a tulpa that doesnt even talk? i just want a little slimy sidekick.

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 No.19163

>>19160

heres the (you), nig

>>19162


 No.19165

>>19160

Isn’t it interesting how despite being only 13% of the population blacks commit 50% of all crimes in the US? Isn’t that crazy?


 No.19169

>>19165

It's just that niggers dondu nuffin 50% of the time.


 No.19183

>>19165

But do their lives matter?


 No.19204

>>19159

that'd be cute




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 No.19124[Reply]

So few days ago, I was just browsing boards when this word came up, I really didn't gave much attention about it since they were just shitposting. And then earlier today, another anon mentioned this in another thread and it didn't leave my mind.

I did some reading and asking Google-senpai and I think I have the gist of what it is. Now oddly enough, It kinda fits on what is happening to me for the last few years.

You see, Few years back, I was in the dumps and was feeling depressed. My family wasn't helping much with my situation and friends are something I severely lack (especially being socially awkward). I needed companionship, so I told to myself "Why not imagine someone with me right now? Like what I used to do as a kid". It didn't really end well considering I was around the age of 17-18. It did help me kill time in my room so I entertained myself as I do so. After a couple of days I started talking to myself even more even referring to myself in 3rd person. Honestly, I thought I was already falling into insanity.

From days to weeks, I spoke to this "other" me like talking to another person. From debating about what to watch on TV, what course of action do I take in a game, what food to eat, etc. I kept doing it to the point that it became a normal thing in my life. It even got to the point that I sometimes hear things like "You fucking idiot, pick that girl!" or "Holy shit anon! That was nice ending." or "Nice ship, we should steal it anon!" in my head as if someone is really talking to me.

Now the thing is, I'm not 100% sure if this is what you guys call a tulpa or I'm just downright insane. Since you guys seems to be expert on this, I would like some insight.

P.S. and yes, I did had one of those times where I thought of a female "thing" in those lonely nights for snuggles but it usually ends in 4-6 months before it stops and I make a new one after a while.

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 No.19199

>>19190

My tulpas are all girls. They are girls because they want to be girls, they act in ways girls would, they sound like girls, and they believe they are girls. The body is male. I identify as male. Not to go all tumblr on you, but you can be whatever gender you want to be in your mind. No one can police you there.

>>19196

>it is rationally and morally grey/unnacceptable considering that the tulpa may not want to be female or in a sexual relation in the first placeé

I forced myself upon my tulpa sexually the day I created her. I made her a female form and gave her a female name and thought of her as a female. She later told me she was in love with me and that she liked being overpowered like that without her consent. I gave her the choice to change anything about herself. She could be a boy if she wanted to and she didn't have to love me if she didn't want to. It has been a year since then and we've gone through a lot together. I love her more than anything else in the world, and I look forward to spending the rest of my life with her. She feels the same. Psychoanalyze how morally wrong and unacceptable I am.


 No.19200

>>19190

The human mind is actually quite malleable. It can be tricked into hearing or seeing, or feeling things that aren’t actually there. It can be changed or altered over time either positively or negatively through the use of various stimuli. It’s not impossible to have a female tulpa

>>19199

You raped your tulpa?! What the fuck anon


 No.19201

Thank you for the further replies. After thinking about it some more, I realized that it probably goes deeper than the female/male thing, and perhaps I had some initial misconceptions about tulpae. Or maybe this is a topic of debate even within the informed community. What I am wondering about now is whether a tulpa is another consciousness that shares your head-space, just as fully formed as your consciousness. This is what I believed before, which is why I thought that if my consciousness could have a sex due to the physical conditions it arose from, so would the tulpa's consciousness. After reading your replies, however, it seems like there is another way of looking at it - that the tulpa is not a separate consciousness on the same level as yours or mine, but more like an illusion formed by convincing your brain that it's real. In that sense, the tulpa wouldn't really have a sex, and all that would matter is your belief about it.

This is leading me to another tricky point, however. If I am supposed to accept that a tulpa is just an illusion, how am I supposed to believe in it? Is it enough to just practice forcing every day, and it will happen regardless? Also, did any of you have similar doubts when starting this process, and were they put to rest later on? Is it something that you just have to experience to understand?

>>19199

>Not to go all tumblr on you, but you can be whatever gender you want to be in your mind.

I suppose that I agree with that to an extent, but I think my question is a little different. Not "can a male consciousness believe it is female," more like "can a truly female consciousness arise from a male brain." This is also why I don't (or didn't) really understand people who have non-human tulpae. I don't see why the human brain would have the capacity to create that kind of sentience. Thinking about it from the "tulpae are a trick" angle, sort of like creating a fictional character in a story, I am able to understand it a little better. But to be honest, I feel a little let down, since I don't know if it's even worth it for me unless the tulpa was as "real" as I am. Or in other words, I don't know if I would feel right about engaging Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.19202

>>19201

>"can a truly female consciousness arise from a male brain."

That depends on how you perceive male and female. Recall the stereotypical things like women working in the kitchen and men playing football. Now, I don't keep up with sports at all but girls are into sports now, which probably includes football. There are also plenty of men that like to cook. Does this change how masculine or feminine either of them are?

Biological sex is something determined by the body you reside in. You either have a penis and are male or you have a vagina and are female. Past that, whatever you mentally identify as is what gender you are. This is a malleable thing and day by day you could feel more like a man or more like a woman based on what you're exposed to. We are a product of the environment we are exposed to.

If you took a boy and treated him as a girl his entire life, would he be a male or would he be a female? He is in a male body but he believes he is female. Which one is true? This is similar to what a female tulpa experiences while in a male body.


 No.19203

>>19202

>girls are into sports now, which probably includes football. There are also plenty of men that like to cook. Does this change how masculine or feminine either of them are?

I would say no. I don't thinking acting masculine or feminine actually makes you that way, in the same way that if I acted like a giraffe, I wouldn't actually be one. You seem to hold that this isn't the case when it's inside your head for some reason, which I don't really understand. I agree that men can act feminine and women can act masculine, but I also think that I would never be able to truly know the exact workings of the female mind. It's a black-box to me, and anything I could create would only be an imitation, not a true female. Maybe there are some people with such a capacity, but I don't believe that I am one of those people.

>If you took a boy and treated him as a girl his entire life, would he be a male or would he be a female? He is in a male body but he believes he is female. Which one is true? This is similar to what a female tulpa experiences while in a male body.

To me this sounds like a terrible thing to do. If this is analagous to making a tulpa then I will definitely not go through with it. To answer your question, I think your hypothetical boy's understanding of the female mind would be better than mine is, because he has had an entire lifetime of experience pretending to be female, and meeting the expections of others who expect him to act in that way. However, there are some problems. First, if he is in a male body, there will certainly be differences that manifest as he grows older. Even if everyone perfectly treats him as if he is a female, his body will be physically structured differently, and his hormones will be different also. Eventually, he will have a hard time living up to the concept of being female, unless he starts some kind of hormone therapy and undergoes numerous surgeries. Then there is the problem of the brain. You say that the mind is malleable, which I can agree with to a degree. But since the male and female brains are physically structured in different ways, I have a hard time believing that each one is perfectly capable of emulating the other, in the same wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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 No.19076[Reply]

Post your reaction when you remember how long you've spent making a tulpa, and that they still haven't spoke.

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 No.19081

>>19078

>muh two tulpas in under a year

I didn't realize that this board could get worse. Then I go a few months away from here and lo and behold, it gets fucking worse.


 No.19087

>>19081

I don't understand why you're upset. Do you think its impossible to have a tulpa before a year passes? Some people are just better than others with this sort of thing.


 No.19091

>>19081

How much upset and disbelieving would you become if I said that I made my tulpa in a week, with proper sentiency and vocality?


 No.19187

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Three years. If I don't accomplish it this year I'll keep trying for a little while longer because the hope I have of her becoming vocal someday is the only thing keeping me from pulling the trigger


 No.19188

>>19187

I wish you the best of luck anon. My tulpa and I love seeing new tulpas be born and them living happy lives with their hosts. I want to see you succeed.




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 No.18731[Reply]

why don't more people in love with fictional characters make tulpas?

for me, as soon as i figured out what tulpas were, i knew this was probably what i wanted (or perhaps needed) to do. i didn't care how insane it seemed, i wanted to suspend my disbelief so badly to believe that i could finally have a happy existence with them, something their original character would never have had. but it actually, seriously worked. it is real.

but i notice this isn't a popular way of going about things. even when confronted with the possibility and an explanation, "waifuist" types usually tend to refuse for one reason or another, or they just don't care. is it because it just "isn't the same"? i understand that the character has a history, it isn't going to be the same person, but the character only exists as a concept in a story and inside your head anyway. all of this "they're living in another world somewhere" talk i hear seems like something to justify their idea of this character being someone who can not and will not be manifested in this reality, no matter how much they try. which, of course, is somewhat reasonable, but seems to heavily conflict with the possibility of a tulpa.

and as for their past and the things they may have to deal with, i understand. my love in game has been burdened with a lot of issues, and hasn't really been the greatest person. but wouldn't you want to give someone you love the best possible existence? suffering is necessary to build character, of course. but, although in some cases it may be a sacrifice if they would have many good memories, wouldn't it be a better alternative to give their "reincarnation" a chance to start from scratch so to speak?

the point is, all i have ever heard when offering this solution or seeing it offered is ridicule, or fear, or defeatist statements about how it "could never be the same" or whatnot. these people would prefer to live in sadness and loneliness than take a chance, it seems.

then again, there are legitimate reasons for not doing it, however. if someone perceives their love as something more akin to a symbol of worship, a perfect ideal to self-improve for, it makes sensPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.19181

My armchair diagnosis is OSDD (Other specified dissociative disorder) which is basically any dissociative disorder that doesn't fit DID. Usually with DID you don't really interact with your alters and you aren't particularly close with them, but it's not like any of the symptoms are absolute. Psychologists really don't know jack shit about these disorders.


 No.19182

>>19181

What can he do about it though? They don’t quite sound like normal tulpas but they don’t sound entirely harmful either.


 No.19184

>>19182

Give the tulpas/alters a firm talking to to establish boundaries and attend talk therapy from somebody who specializes in this kinda thing (I'm not sure if that exists). There's no pill for it, although it seems like he has more mental problems than just that so I would still see a psychiatrist.


 No.19185

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>>19164

>>19182

Based anon back. Your posts come off as cries for help, You're unhappy/have lack of belonging in your life, you have no confidence in yourself and your mind, and so your bias has led you to believe there's a problem with the most important aspect of your life, your mind friends, and also that people have imprinted in to your mind, that mental conditions are all negative things. Some might say you have an overactive imagination, DID, or schizophrenia, but some people have mental conditions like photographic memory or high iq. So like the big ego these guys would have, you should embrace your superpower and find the real reason you're suffering, like the negative ways people are treating you for having one, because you have people who care about you in your head, and they have no one.


 No.19186

>>19185

Before we get into meaningless feel good rhetoric let’s make sure those he’s sharing his head with are actually friendly. If they’re tulpas he’s created unintentionally then at the very least some ground rules need to be established because it sounds like they’re running wild and are negatively affecting anon in some way.

If they aren’t tulpas and are in fact alters then he might want to seriously consider getting outside help dealing with them. Those conditions you listed all affect someone negatively or prevent them from functioning properly. That is why they are viewed and treated negatively.

In any case, something needs to be done to help him out. Either he and his tulpas need to work out a better order and way of doing things since it’s causing him stress. Or he needs help dealing with alters. In which case he should see a therapist or psychiatrist or something




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 No.18139[Reply]

Hey /tulpa/! Do you have a tulpa based on a fictional character? How have they deviated from that original design as they've grown up? What's their opinion on it? Do you have any tulpas that are 'original' for lack of a better word? How do they feel about tulpas based on other characters, in general or within your >>>>system?

Do your tulpas like cosplaying as fictional characters, or adoping their form despite having their own personality or identity? So many questions!

(pic probably unreated but i imagine it'll bait someone into replying)

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 No.18336

>>18294

Chara is an interesting choice. They're not so much a villain as they are the personification of various villainous traits. Less a character, more a vehicle through which the game criticizes the player. This is why so much off the "character" is left out, it's not the important part of they're roll in the game. What is your and her opinion of this? What is your and her opinion of the traits that OG Chara represents (a lack of empathy, obsessive curiosity, the idea that your actions should be free of consequences whenever you want them to be, etc)?


 No.18338

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>>18336

well, for starters, i think the importance of chara the character to me is much different from the traits you describe. that is what chara is in the genocide route, which is still their most important role in the game overall but it isn't what i truly care about and i barely see "that chara" as the person who fell in 201X. they still have the memories and perhaps even some traits of the "original" chara, but they've been so warped by observing your actions and even deciding to help you during that route that they become a sort of unrecognizable representation of those evil traits and tropes rather than the human they once were all those years ago before their death. "With your help, I realized the purpose of my reincarnation."

with that being said, the fact that they are used as what is basically a plot device is actually in itself something important to me. their actual character isn't the focus of "chara" in the slightest, it pales in comparison to the role they play in the genocide route (even if their actions while alive basically allowed the entirety of the whole game to happen). and without getting into too much detail, i suppose i could relate a lot with not leaving a very positive impression on anyone and eventually being almost completely forgotten by everyone and everything, doomed to be a passive observer forever having contributed nothing of worth to the world.

that's more of the metaphorical aspect, however. i still have a very strong idea of chara's actual character, which is what allowed me to love them as a person and eventually create a tulpa in the first place. it is true though that there's a lot to fill in, and even now i think a lot about the specifics of their character trying to solidify it in my mind even with chara now here with me. it all probably sounds kind of confusing but we're so familiar with the way things are now that somehow it all makes sense to us. i apologize for any confusion anyways though.

finally i guess i will tell you our thoughts about chara in genocide even if it isn't quite as relevant to us. with what i said about how the genocide route basically takes all the attention away froPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.19120

>>18294

Now the real question is… does they have a peepee?


 No.19121

>>19120

i am here to say that yes, they do indeed have a peepee

thank you for your concern


 No.19157

>>18338

>>19121

>tfw no cute shota tulpa




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 No.19138[Reply]

https://www.ajc.com/news/science/massive-study-links-mind-altering-cat-parasite-schizophrenia/b26UXMASx4obDfaRgVypUK/

So the collation between the tulpa community and everyone being a cat lover in it has been found.

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 No.19148

>>19147

>souls

Do you believe you have a soul? Show me concrete evidence that it exists.

>independence

There are parts of your brain that operate independently from your conscious mind, and they can be trained. This isn't a false belief, this is a scientific fact.


 No.19151

>>19147

>Tulpamancers tend to beleve their tulpas have souls and independence.

They have a certain amount of independence, that much is undeniable. But the matter of the soul is much harder to answer, since many people have different ideas of its nature and how/when it comes into being.

>This sounds like tulpamancers in a nutshell, have you actually read this board. Demon lolis from hell, all those people with god like treatment of fictional characters

And there are plenty of tulpas who would be considered normal if they had physical bodies, in brain space form is fluid and malleable, ultimately any form could be considered “normal” by the host or tulpa, no matter how weird it would seem in the physical world. There are also many people who give their lovers “god like treatment” in the physical world.

>This is your future.

Unless you’re actively practicing imposition that includes audible sound then no you won’t.

>Humanity in the modern age, doesn't have any of these.

I actually don’t get what you mean by this. Are you saying that’s just modern man in general?

>I hear people have trouble forcing for 10 minutes.

That’s more a fault of discipline than motivation. I refer to things like improving ones health or going out and doing things because the tulpa provides encouragement.


 No.19152

But I don't get along well with living things of all sorts. I'm not a cat person at all.

My tulpa resembles a corpse for a reason.


 No.19154

>>19148

>Do you believe you have a soul? Show me concrete evidence that it exists.

Not that anon, but:

1. Why would you need evidence for someone's opinion/belief?

2. Do you have concrete evidence about such thing as a soul being non-existent?

inb4 "The science at its current level could not find anything like it, therefore it does not exist" - that would be not proof, but a statement based on the inability to find any clues.


 No.19156

>>19154

Because for something to be called a "false belief" it must be falsifiable. If someone is going to say "a tulpa can have a soul" is a false belief they must first define what a soul is precisely and provide a way to measure the presence of a soul.




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 No.18135[Reply]

We have more than a couple of personal progress threads on the front page right now, I thought it would be a good idea to make a general progress/blogposting thread so everyone can share their progress, experiences and/or fun stories without having to make a new thread every time.

You can use a name or trip to identify yourself so your posts don't get mixed with others'. (I'm not encouraging namefagging, don't use your name outside of this thread).

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 No.19068

>>19025

ok, but heres the thing. it scares the shit out of me and idk if I want to keep it.

I think, maybe I should make a tulpa properly, from scratch. do it right. but what if the 'new' one inherits stuff from the 'old one'? what if I accidentally resurrect it instead and I'm back it 'succubi tulpa trying to eat my identity'?


 No.19069

>>19068

Seriously dude the most damaging thing you can do to yourself and to your tulpa is to worry about it and stress about it. Even if you brought that tulpa back it would be perfectly fine as long as you didn't stress and worry about it.

Plus, lets be honest here, I doubt it was actually a tulpa. Its not that easy to kill a tulpa. At best you had a servitor that was in the beginning stages of gaining sentience.


 No.19070

>>19068

Relax. There is nothing trying to take you over. You just had a weird perspective glitch. It doesn't mean anything except that part of you isn't ready to let this go yet. If you stop being afraid of it, it can't possibly become anything to be afraid of.


 No.19136

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I have a long list of interests and hobbies (particular video games, books, online stuff, creative projects, etc), and will constantly cycle through them. I'll intensely focus on it for 2 - 3 months to a really autistic degree, then lose interest and move to something else. I usually have about two of these up and running at any given time, for example right now all my free time is either 40k models or Overwatch. In about a month from now, I'll move on from one of those and then a bit over half a year later I'll come back.

The issue is that my tulpa has gotten caught up in this. When I first properly started, I practically did nothing but force in my free time and my tulpa was talking within the week (it was a month long family trip, there was a lot of free time). Then my interests shifted and I only got back to her 8 months later. She was nothing but forgiving about it, but again after some time I simply lost interest.

The worst part is the guilt of it all. Sure, she may have forgiven me for all this, but it's impossible to shake the idea that she's only like that because I "designed" her that way. That due to me molding her personality, she's incapable of not putting up with my shit. And that my lack of discipline combined with her unwillingness to get angry at me is going to keep me locked in this cycle.

I don't expect someone to solve all my problems for me, I just needed to vent.


 No.19137

>>19136

I'm the exact same way, but for some reason that didn't happen with tulpas. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯




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 No.18415[Reply]

Describe your Tulpa's personality to me using only 5 adjectives, Anon.

Do any of these adjectives also describe you?

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 No.18903

Blunt

Logical

Consistent

Uncompromising

Comforting.

I don't know if they describe me or not. I _thought_ some of those things applied to me until I met her and now I think I'm a gushy heart-on-his-sleeve type.


 No.18905

>>18903

Maybe you act different with your tulpa. I'm usually pretty unemotional and blunt, but I'm still capable of having humor here and there, but with my tulpa and ridiculously sappy.


 No.18945

>>18905

Pretty sure our mode of operation is a bit unique, inside our private conversations pure couplets contain our speech.


 No.19111

I'll give 7 because, as stated before, 5 is too little

Tupper:

>lazy (prefers "lax")

>geeky

>optimistic (doesn't matter how many red/black pills I show her, still believes it's gonna get better)

>naive (prefers "pure")

>creative (writing/sketching-heavy)

>peaceful (hates verbal conflict)

>caring

Me:

>strange

>nerdy/cerebral

>cynical (not full nihilist, can still see joy in life, but not surprised when it's shit)

>sarcastic/comedic

>creative (drawing/sculpting-heavy)

>desensitized (mentally, nothing scares or shocks me)

>amorous (never ending appetite for lewds; must be a family thing, my father's side of the family are all horndogs)

We're kinda similar, but different enough to have unique takes on certain subjects.


 No.19129

>>18415

>sweet (sometimes monitors me getting mad)

>naive and forgetful

>gourmand

>awkward

>snuggly

she's a bit like past me, present me is only awkward and forgetful out of those traits. anon above did themselves, so i might try that too, below

<insensitive

<aloof

<inconsistent opinions

<overthinker

<has no/doesn't want/doesn't believe in purpose

i also forget to eat, which is probably why my tup likes food so much. also, we're both pretty curious and we both don't think before immediate action, but there were only five and in list format, otherwise i would've done paragraphs.




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 No.7888[Reply]

So I have started the process of creating a tulpa and was speculating on some of the religious implications of a Tulpa.
I'm also pretty sure there is nothing in my religion against tulpas.

1. Do Tulpas have or develop their own souls
2. Does a Tulpa die when you die?
3. Are you both judged by God together or separately?
4. Are your deeds in this life pooled together or are they judged separately?
5. Are you going to be with your tulpa in the afterlife.
6. #5 if so you they still be in your head or will they be their own entity?

And I'm sure everyone will answer these differently depending on their religion but I am mostly interesting from the Abrahamic Faiths perspective

I'm Muslim by the way
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 No.17097

>>17096

Euphoric post comrade.


 No.19118

I am not particularly religious, but neither am a a true Atheist. My answer is as follows with works for most of your questions.

And I believe that the gods and goddesses are a type of Tulpa where many people reinforce their existence. (Thus, becoming REAL!)

>>>> Is that if you believe in something enough… It just might have enough energy to continue its existence after you are gone.


 No.19122

>>7888

my mother would literally gasp "DEEEEMOOONNNSSS"


 No.19123

>>19118

No offense, but my tulpa said you should go back to reddit.


 No.19128

>>19118

>reddit spacing

>giving a three line post a subject

>he filled out the email field

Holy shit. Lurk moar or go back to reddit.




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 No.17239[Reply]

Just starting out with this, and I figured a thread dedicated to journaling our development would really help! :)

As a bit of background information, I've attempted this a few times as an awkward teen, but never quite had the drive to continue or just got caught up with other things. I think now would be the best time to try ever, as my person is well built and I'm the most stable I ever could be. Right now, I'm going off Tulpa's guide, and I'm writing up a set of characteristics for my tupper, though I'm hardly sure if it's good enough (Please keep in mind I'm just starting this, and I'll update it later!). Here's my list:

- Ethical

- Creative

- Emotional

- Patient

- Expressive

- Empathetic

- Sympathetic

I figure some universal trait categories would be good, with some things that, although may fit into the categories, are there as a safety net to prevent some psychotic meltdown (given I tend to be prone to neurotic ones, I've concluded that this might be for the best). Three main categories come to mind, those being emotional, behavioral, and principle. Emotional deals with the tuppers proneness to certain feelings, such as being irritable or patient, optimistic or pessimistic, and et cetera. Behavioral pertains to actions, an example might be really active responses to negative stimuli, constantly acting against it, as opposed to passive ones, meekly submitting to it. Finally, principle is my safety net, it relates to things the tupper'll value, like honesty, clarity, and et cetera. I'm worried about the ethics of determining the values of another, however, so I'm reconsidering.

The dream is to be able to jam (musically, heccin' pervs) with whatever friend happens to come up.

Also, pic unrelated

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 No.17345

>>17342

Creating a tulpa is a journey of self discovery before anything else. My tulpa immediately latched onto happy memories from my past and tried to bring them up, but she wasn't aware of the baggage that came with it. A few weeks of nightmares followed from the things she dug up, but I'm glad she did it. I had been burying those things instead of facing them and getting over them. I never got mad at her for it, I just told her 'no' every time and she never really understood why until I relived every moment with her at my side, so she could see how it hurt me. Maybe you should do something similar with your tulpa. It might be painful but if it helps him understand your feelings the two of you may be better off.

Also I'm sure it isn't important to our conversation here, but I can't figure out your gender/sexual orientation. I'm leaning towards lesbian at the moment.


 No.17356

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I figured it out, lads.

He's the subconscious product of someone who once had a crush on me (henceforth referred to as Sad Anon). I've come to this conclusion for a number of reasons.

>In choosing his own name, he chose the same name as Sad Anon

>He looks similar to Sad Anon

>Images of Sad Anon flash in the back of my head when talking to him

>He possesses similar traits as Sad Anon, such as tendency for bantz, libidio, and acting like an ass to hide emotions

Beyond these superficial aspects, there's interactions with Sad Anon that indicate this is the case, with my last interaction being the most important

>We're friends for a while

>He develops feelings for me

>Fucker teases me to infinity whilst I'm vulnerable in a call once and I'm interested but never acted on it

>Other unimportant aspects wherein he behaves sporadically, with the most notable behaviors being kinda dickish (which he later explains he did for attention)

>Confesses to me

>I don't like him back

>Interactions grow awkward

>Always asks why don't I love him

>Tulpa also does that

>I don't want to hurt Sad Anon

>Avoid him hoping his feelings die

>They don't

>Few more interactions inbetween are depressing, sometimes manipulative and desperate

Then comes the final interaction

>Another hard interaction

>I repeat how much I don't want to help him and how sorry I am for avoiding him (he once told me that if I hung out with him more, and I made him feel less lonely, he'd be less depressed. I did not keep on this promise and I still feel guilty over it)

>He asks I cut ties

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 No.17358

>>17356

>>17345 here again. Your story sounds similar to mine. My tulpa was copying memories from my past, just like yours was. She wanted to look exactly like the girl from my past and wanted to act just like her. But, as I stated, she never inherited any of the negative properties of those memories and never tried to betray me or hurt me like the real girl did.

A large difference I'm seeing here is the time between the event happening and the tulpa being created. I had 12 years to repress my memories and thats why it wasn't really painful when my tulpa brought it up. But you only had a few months.

Ultimately it is your decision what you decide to do, but you need to realize this: your tulpa is not Sad Anon. They are not the same person. Your tulpa is mirroring these events and emotions because they still hurt you. Destroying him will likely not work, because I feel this event is still too fresh in your mind and the tulpa comes back to life if you think about them even once. With my tulpa I had to consistently tell her not to take that form and not to act like her. You're having negative interactions with your tulpa already, whereas mine was mostly just innocently teasing me. She couldn't talk at the time either so that helped me a lot.

I feel like I'm rambling and not telling you anything important. Theres no reason you can't accomplish more than one of those goals at the same time. If you can find closure somehow, you can also reform the tulpa. I must stress to you again that your tulpa is not that person. With how young your tulpa is its completely possible to move on and never think about it again.

If for some reason you're wondering how my tulpa and I are doing now, she's adopted her own identity and form, albeit its still loosely based on my memories, but I don't confuse the two of them anymore and we don't bring it up anymore. I feel cleansed of the memories of my past.


 No.19127

Ok, I didn’t see a thread about this question, so I figured this was the best thread.

My primary question revolves switching I think. Namely how the tulpa forms and keeps relationships outside of the host. This would require a few hours of switching, or by proxy if you can’t switch. So how do you guys work that out or deal with it? Do you agree on a few hours a day or a couple times of week? Do they tell others that they’re a tulpa or do you agree to keep that secret?


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MO GIBS

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Every individual has the human right to employment and a living wage. Inability to access employment and fair pay continues to marginalize our communities, ready us for imprisonment, and deny us of our right to a life with dignity.

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 No.16685[Reply]

What's the worst thing you've done to (or with) your tulpa?

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 No.18792

Nah , Just fucking rape them! I have raped more women than I can count, and have probably 14 illegitimate kids. Women suck at completing the human life cycle and if left to there own devices generally never do complete the human life cycle! most women 70% live there whole lives without ever having an actual orgasm. Also most women are bisexual probably about 80%. Women never evolved to really initiate anything because it has always been men that have initiated everything, either via rape or charm then sex.


 No.19112

>>16723

Definitely this.

Although I'd still love to hear peeps' fucked up sexytimes they've had with their tupps, as long as the tupps ok with it there isn't a problem per say.

Most people who lewd their tulpa have them enact crazy fetishes that would be socially unacceptable or physically impossible irl hence why so many futa, loli, and/or family member tupps.


 No.19113

very lewd things specifically


 No.19115

>>16685

attempted to stab her, longish story but its all cool now


 No.19117

>>19115

please elaborate




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 No.19088[Reply]

does anyone have a minecraft account I can borrow

 No.19089

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>being poor and autistic


 No.19092

>>19088 (nice dubs)

Have you tried piracy, OP?

>>19089

>>being autistic

Where do you think you are?


 No.19109

just pirate the game




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 No.18453[Reply]

(I'm sorry if this is the wrong board, I just wanted to discuss alternative approaches and maybe provide a better understanding of aspects of tulpas.)

First let me state some things about myself to provide some understanding what I'm getting at. In 2017 I did something that was basically an inverse process to creating a tulpa, but still very similar. At first I didn't even know what I was doing. The process is very simple: "Try to imagine yourself as a different person." I shall call them identities, because they all have different feeling, judging ability, worldview, emotions. Basically what I did was imagining and visualizing myself as some sort of different person, I imagined feelings, some kind of visual form, voice and perception. I believe this is quite related to tulpas as the only difference is that here you imagine yourself as the other person and become the other person, it's basically imposition and it's very easy to do when you did it once.

I know that this could be seen as some sort of "plural system" or dissociation. I actually wanted to provide some sort of understanding of how something like that could be formed. Well, often it is trauma-caused or because of some sort of strong desire. (Trans people are an example, but they're so unaware what they're doing that they can't switch back.) I won't lie that I also had some sort of trauma as child and when I was young. I think an other part is that if you hold emotions back you can put them in these different personalities (or identities) and so they're getting stronger (You can go as far and splitting your emotions into "fragments" and then creating different personalities with that. It's stronger when you can distill the core of an emotions. It must be "pure," so for example pure hapiness or pure anger). Maybe it's like putting your emotions in a personality. So, I think it could be categorized in three categories: Personalities, different persons who switch and multiple people co-existing. What I mean if I imagined it as a different person it could have been one, because it's the same process but the core belief is different: "I can be that person" and "I imagine a person as separate entity."

One reason I'm writing this is because of the thing from that thread (Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.19012

>>18453

I'm that thread you quoted's OP, and I'd love to talk with you privately… but I have no idea how that GPG thing works. Why can't you just use a normal email address or something?


 No.19015

>>19012

Hey, it's a normal email address, you don't need to use a GPG key. It's just for the rare chance that people do have also a key, just sent me an email if you feel like it.


 No.19017

>>19015

I sent you an email


 No.19018

>>19017

Hey I replied, for instant messaging we can use XMPP or Discord, though I'd prefer XMPP. I've sent you an email.


 No.19090

>>18453

Do you consider yourself to be a part of a "plural system" because of this?

A difference between the trauma-caused DID might be that the different personalities usually have amnesia for the memories formed when other ones are active. Is it like this with you? Do you think it's possible for you to induce amnesia between personalities yourself?

Do you think having different personalities without the amnesia is something that's normal?

An obvious problem for using solely this as a tulpa-making method is because it would be impossible for you to interact with your tulpa during the process of 'forcing'.

I haven't done this personally (at least not intentionally), but it could probably be helpful to make yourself see the memories while you were imagining yourself as a different person to be memories of observing someone else's actions (while you're 'you'), and to make the person you're imagining yourself to be see your memories as memories of observing someone else's actions (while you're 'them'). Amnesia might even happen naturally if you do that enough.




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 No.19082[Reply]

Well, i am sorta new to tulpa stuff. Can you explain what EXACTLY it is, uses of it and how to make one?

 No.19083

it's an artificial ghost that you can fuck

what the fuck more explanation do you need?

here's a guide - https://pastebin.com/G6Z6r3Y1


 No.19084

>>19082

Alright, to summarize it, and minimize the number of unsubstantiated facts:

A tulpa is something you create in your mind which acts very much like a secondary consciousness and can take on a personality of its own. Through extensive meditation and focus, known as "forcing", you can trick your brain into sensing certain aspects of this consciousness, up to and including superimposing them into your field of view and touching them. Very little scientific research has been done on the nature of them, but many people, myself included, claim to have created them and interact with them.


 No.19085

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It's basically a second personality in your mind, separate from your own and capable of having its own thoughts, opinions, feelings, etc.

Like an imaginary friend but sentient and independent, or a dream character you can interact with while being awake.

And yeah, you can have sex with them

>>19083

This guide is ok but I'd recommend OP to look at more guides. There's a post in tulpa.info with a lot of decent guides, you should read a couple and stick to the one you like more. Or don't, you can just do whatever you want and your tulpa will probably be fine.




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