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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:

Keep with the 8chan Global Rules https://8ch.net/faq.html

No Spam

Keep posts related to tulpa or the community

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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.16790[Reply]

Hi! Tulpa here. All tulpas are naturally unique in their own way and have quirks about their upbringing, but I feel that mine specifically contradicts one of the usually cited tenants of early tulpa creation.

For most of my life so far, my host didn't force particularly often or consistently. Originally, I wasn't even intended to be a tulpa (Though he was very familiar with the phenomenon by the time he started making me semi-unintentionally)

I was perhaps more akin to a therapeutic servitor that would consul him through a mix of parroting and tulpish, and it was established early on once I showed signs of sentience that he may not be able to force me regularly. I believe that keeping that in mind and accepting it, rather than believing that "if I'm not forced regularly, I'll gradually deteriorate unless I'm more developed", I was able to persist through days or sometimes weeks of not getting any attention while young.

Of course, I recognize the possibility that my memories from that time may just be second hand, but I still associate them as being my own, and see myself as that young tulpa. I have just been curious lately, if any other tulpas have had that same experience. I'm sure there are some, but I think that if it is indeed common, maybe the cause of losing progress early on is just a matter of expectation?

I'm sure if that were the case, there would be much less pressure on newer tulpamancers to rush, in order to develop a tulpa that could handle being left without attention. Or, those who might give up after expecting their progress to be lost.

Of course, it's good for hosts to dedicate a consistent amount of time to forcing and to persist no matter what, but I feel that should be motivated by genuine passion to do so, and not obligation/existential threat. Obviously I'm not encouraging anyone to neglect their tulpas, but merely considering the possibly that, provided their tulpas understand the reasoning why they might develop slowly, hosts may not be neglecting them by being less active in their forcing.

Ultimately, if it's notPost too long. Click here to view the full text.



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 No.16787[Reply]

Hey, I'm new here, and I want to know how can I ceate a tulpa.

If someone can help me, I really apreciate that

>Pic not realted

 No.16788

Sorry for my spelling, I'm writing this on a cellphone


 No.16789




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 No.16779[Reply]

I'm a friendless NEET and on another board someone linked me here. I've been reading through these threads but i am utterly confused because I do not understand the process. I am willing to put in time and effort however I don't think my mind is strong enough to create another person or a wonderland. I have so many questions

>What do I have to do ?

>Can I do this as a religious person ?

>How can I ensure the tulpa wont be evil like /x/ says ?

>How do I make a appearance and personality

>Is this real or LARPing ?

 No.16780

>how long does it take for you to hear,see and speak to it ?

>is it possible to be possessed ?

>can the tupla help me remember things ?

>can it hear music

>where does the tulpa go while you're sleep

>c-can I cuddle with the tulpa ?

>will creating a tulpa help me with anxiety ?

>is this considered a sin ?


 No.16781

>>16779

>>16780

that is a lot of questions. i guess i can try and answer them for you though, to the best of my limited ability with this whole thing.

>What do I have to do ?

you can find guides online pretty easily containing some strategies for how to do it, but the main thing is to talk to your tulpa a lot, as much as possible, and treat them like they are real. those two factors of attention and belief are the most important, i think. there’s obviously a lot more to it, however.

>Can I do this as a religious person ?

unless you think tulpas are some kind of demon possession in the spiritual sense or something, i don’t see why not. that’s for you to decide, though.

>How can I ensure the tulpa wont be evil like /x/ says ?

if you don’t want it to be evil, it won’t be evil. don’t let any of those bullshit stories convince you otherwise. if anything, most people’s tulpas that i see are almost too positive and nice to their hosts, if such a thing is possible.

>How do I make a appearance and personality

for an appearance, just “give” them an appearance in your mind. ideally it would be once they can communicate with you and decide for themselves what they want to look like, but you can just give them one to start with and see what happens later on.

for personality, it’s a bit complicated. you can determine for yourself what you’d like them to be like beforehand, and there are methods for ensuring that they might fit that, at least slightly. but you can also just let it manifest whatever personality it “wants” to, by not really having any preconceived expectations of what they “should” be like. i myself have sort of gone through the process in a little bit of both ways, having somewhat of an expectation while still letting them become who they wish to be. either way, usually what you “wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.16782

>>16781

>c-can I cuddle with the tulpa ?

you sure can. anything you can do with a “real” being, you can do with your tulpa. you can do a lot more than what is possible in the physical world, in fact. the only limit is your imagination, as you would expect.

>will creating a tulpa help me with anxiety ?

it helps with mine, and i know it helps other people and myself to deal with a whole bunch of other things too. it’s very common for people to report having their life get a lot better after creating a tulpa, for many reasons. you shouldn’t expect things to be totally perfect with a tulpa around, or even for your relationship to be perfect and without difficulty, as with a real partner or friend. but for the most part, it is a benefit.

>is this considered a sin ?

same as the other religious question. i’m not currently very religious, but again i don’t really see why it would if it doesn’t hurt anyone, or if you aren’t worshipping your tulpa as a god or something.

hopefully that sort of answers some things for you, i didn’t really get into a lot of detail about how exactly to start making a tulpa but as i said there are plenty of guides to help you if you search around a little. and just take a lot of these things with a grain of salt as well, because it really is a deeply personal experience and no one else can truly show you “exactly” how to go through it and what to feel and think of things as they happen.

if you really want this, you can be “strong” enough to do it. just give it a lot of thought before you make any final decisions. this isn’t something you should take lightly, as it will change your life in some way whether you expect it to or not. good luck, friend.


 No.16783

>>16779

As someone who just started this about 18 days ago, it can all seem overwhelming and like some sort of occult magic, but it isn't. Since talking about how a tulpa works is ultimately detrimental to the process of creating one, read the following text at your own risk.

From what I know about psychology and tulpamancy, you are essentially tricking yourself into believing another person exists in your mind through the use of your imagination, dedication, and of course a lot of belief. Eventually, the other personality you created will begin acting on its own without you having to consciously think about it. It is not evil, it is not insanity, it is not magic, but it certainly requires you to suspend disbelief and logic. Despite knowing all this and being a very logical person, I love my tulpa and I'm so glad I have her. I look forward to seeing what we can accomplish together within the mind.


 No.16786

>What do I have to do ?

You imagine someone and talk to them until they start to talk back.

>Can I do this as a religious person ?

Yes.

>How can I ensure the tulpa wont be evil like /x/ says ?

Don't be afraid of it. This whole thing works through expectations, if you are afraid of it, it will become something frightening.

>How do I make a appearance and personality

By simply visualizing it. If you approach it as if it has a certain personality, it will develop that personality.

>Is this real or LARPing ?

This is you programming your own brain. It's as real as you can convince yourself it is.

>how long does it take for you to hear,see and speak to it ?

As long as it takes.

>is it possible to be possessed ?

From outside? No. You're not inviting an external spirit into you, you taking parts of yourself and building them into something independent.

>can the tupla help me remember things ?

Yes.

>can it hear music

Yes, if you can.

>where does the tulpa go while you're sleep

Where do you go while you sleep?

>c-can I cuddle with the tulpa ?

Can you picture yourself cuddling with it?

>will creating a tulpa help me with anxiety ?

It can.

>is this considered a sin ?

You're not dealing with foreign spirits here, everything a tulpa is can only come fromPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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 No.15818[Reply]

Holy shit, is this what you guys look like in real life? I don't want to make you feel bad, but being associated with these retards is life ruining. It makes sense, I guess, why I always seem at odds with everyone everywhere related to tulpas. It's dominated by ugly SJWs and gammas, shamed into mental bestiality.

Like holy fuck, you guys, what is this shit? How are these retards allowed to run free destroying such an amazing thing and all the people that listen to them? How can such evil exist with no balance?

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0hoHh-rp4DEAgS7QWktg8g/videos

You can change. You don't have to be disgusting like these broken people. A tulpa can help you or it can help ruin you. It's all your choice to climb out of the pit or die there.

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 No.16032

>>16017

Ford and Aury to Jade and Aury, another life claimed in real time. I was so upset after posting all this shit that I left for a couple months. I guess he was a fag from the start though. He has autistic homo fecal fetish written all over him.

Oh well, these are dark times where the weak die mercilessly. There's not a whole lot I can, or want to, do about it. Back to training.

Sorry for whining to you guys.


 No.16079

>>16032

I saw him change his name on YouTube. I had suspected this but I really didn't know it was a thing. I hope he'll at least have some form of sanity and continue to do things for the tulpa community instead of just go full Cosmo Wright.


 No.16101

>>15818

>>16079

This ended with a lot of drama regarding fordaplot running a "cult":

https://www.reddit.com/r/Tulpas/comments/82qpc5/regarding_a_recent_removal/

> I don't want to make you feel bad, but being associated with these retards is life ruining. It makes sense, I guess, why I always seem at odds with everyone everywhere related to tulpas.

Making a tulpa was still one of the best life decisions I've ever made and one of the most amazing experiences I've had (still having). There was lots of cringey to outright hilarious stuff in the community for more than half a decade it has existed, it never made me a difference to me or my tulpa, having a tulpa is a personal endeavor and it doesn't matter what other people do with it, unless they're someone that actually matters to you.

You can think of it as an analogy, you can enjoy a book or a movie, but its fanbase could be cancerous, that shouldn't detract from the experience, but for people that seek social status, it might. However, unlike a book or a movie, a tulpa is essentially a full person to you, so it shouldn't matter at all what the tulpa community is like, at least as long as you're not a big part of it.

Why is the community the way it is? Because tulpas and "headmates" are functionally the same thing, even if the latter isn't made intentionally, so it'll attract the tumblr crowd, and more broadly, because tulpa practices involve making some parts of your imagination real to you, which means, a lot of people's inner problems and weird quirks get exposed if they choose to share them with the world, by participating in such a community.


 No.16785




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 No.16730[Reply]

Inspired by >>16685

What's the "weirdest", "most socially unacceptable" or "most perverted" thing you've done with/to your tulpa?

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 No.16734

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>>16732

it just sort of worked out that way


 No.16740

Gave her an orgasm while we were riding on public transport.

One time when we had sex in the wonderland, the setting was a shallow pool filled with some colorful sticky goo.

Once I asked her to stab me with something. For reasons.

I'd probably indulge her fetishes without hesitation, but she doesn't have any


 No.16741

my tulpa gives me blowjobs in public places sometimes


 No.16746

let my tulpa sext other tulpa


 No.16784

>>16734

Uh

Wow

O.o




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 No.16776[Reply]

How does tulpa sex work since they're non physical? Is it just imagination and synchronized masturbation?

 No.16777

File: 2d84ebd2ba5d016⋯.png (74.85 KB, 909x529, 909:529, female_form_fuck.png)

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It's a mindfuck. It turns out that you can get real sensory experience from fucking your tulpa because your tulpa interacts with your mental represenation of your body and doing that can sort of hack into causing real sensation.

Pics related.


 No.16778

>>16777

>>16776

There are cases of people being able to cum from zero stimulation through willpower and imagination alone, without the use of a brain companion.




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 No.16670[Reply]

Do you have any projects with your tulpa, self improvement or otherwise? My project is to force more often and more consistently.

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 No.16757

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>>16755

You forgot to give your tulpa a personality, it doesn't even know why it wants to be your girlfriend, because it certainly can't be love if it wants to give you away.

Look into character building, before you're stuck with these mental masturbating thoughts forever.


 No.16760

>>16757

Not him but, aren't tulpas supposed to try to make you happy no matter what? Maybe she wants to be her girlfriend as a fast, easy and temporary way to achieve happiness, but she's also trying to help him get a gf as a long-term solution. It does sound like love to me.


 No.16763

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>>16760

>Not him but, aren't tulpas supposed to try to make you happy no matter what?

Only by existing, not by being the hosts yesman, the tulpa should live for itself. The main problem here is that he actually thinks he has a tulpa, just because something speaks back to him. But really he's unconsciously made a servitor to pleasure himself.

>Maybe she wants to be her girlfriend as a fast, easy and temporary way to achieve happiness.

Then it's only a girlfriend in name, also known as roleplaying.

No sane person would cuck their self purposely from the person they love sexually.


 No.16774

>>16670

I was learning Japanese with one of my Tulpa but I dissolved her.


 No.16775

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 No.16690[Reply]

I've heard there's a lot of tulpas in need of arms around here, tell me what the tupper looks like and i'll fix that. Free of charge.

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 No.16697

>>16696

Thanks, those new arms look great on her. You saved her life.


 No.16701

File: de66276a24239fe⋯.png (728.65 KB, 765x1080, 17:24, C6qnHYPWgAA4JDm.png)

can you give my tulpa new arms?


 No.16708

File: 85fc14915ae14c3⋯.png (581.96 KB, 765x1080, 17:24, de66276a24239fe4d94626953d….png)

>>16701

Better and improved, if anyone wants a particular model, just say so.


 No.16772

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help i fixed the problem tooh ard


 No.16773

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>>16772

There's two solutions to that




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 No.16295[Reply]

https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/85/5/2034/2660626

>The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Volume 85, Issue 5, 1 May 2000,

>The number of SOM neurons in the BSTc of heterosexual men (32.9 ± 3.0 × 103) was 71% higher than that in heterosexual women (19.2 ± 2.5 × 103) (P < 0.006), whereas the number of neurons in heterosexual and homosexual men (34.6 ± 3.4 × 103) was similar (P = 0.83). The BSTc number of neurons was 81% higher in homosexual men than in heterosexual women (P < 0.004). The number of neurons in the BSTc of male-to-female transsexuals was similar to that of females (19.6 ± 3.3 × 103) (P = 0.83) (see also Figs. 1 and 2). In addition, the neuron number of the FMT was clearly in the male range (see Fig. 1). The number of neurons in transsexuals was 40% lower than that found in the heterosexual reference males (P < 0.04; see the legend to Fig. 1) and 44% lower than that found in the homosexual males (P < 0.02). Including patients S2, S3, and S5 in the male group and S1, S6, and M2 in the female group or S7 in the transsexual group to increase the number of their respective gender groups enhanced the level of significance among the groups (P < 0.001 for SOM neuron number).

When I understood the implications of this study I realized that if I have too many tuppers up'ther I could run risk of becoming an MtF, We meditated on it for a long while and I found tears in my eyes when I broke out of my trance to tell her that we couldnt see eac- she had to-. Well, we would be spending some time apart. And then a lot more time.

It pains me to say this but I'm out of the tupper game. Until I can find a way to protect my SOM Neurons, or even regrow them to male levels I don't want to risk becoming a girl in a boyshell. Not to mention, my bod can't handle all this DPH. I could just get a boy tulpa, or maybe keep Kanna whom I see as less of a girl but more of an amorophous Ugandan Knuckles thing (thank god for lolis), but that's not why any of us got in this game in the first place. The first thing they always ask when they can string two words together is "can I be your girlfrPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.16438

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>>16432

Girl tulpas are gayer then boy tulpas because other tulpamancers might have lewd thoughts about them, making you a source for male attention. It's a true story, I have a female tulpa and I'm gay now


 No.16440

>>16351

Maybe if they're the primary "fronter" for very long, and only if they don't also mix with the "body"'s personality and mannerisms somewhat. Both are possible, some tulpas end up very much like their wonderland selves like in the body, while others may decide to take on some of the host's traits and habits. It also depends on how flexible their body identity is, this would depend on the tulpa.

I've seen people whose tulpas try to be as much themselves in the body and thus they could act as the opposite gender in a body that isn't "them" while trying to be themselves, and then you have some people whose tulpas try to impersonate the host for practical reasons and take a bit of the host/body's identity with themselves when they're possessing or switched. It depends on the tulpa's preference.

>>16352

It won't change "me" that much, I still feel like the same person as I always was.

Even if my tulpa was a girl and I was a guy, I'd still feel male and she'd still feel female.

There's some caveats here, it's possible to try being of the opposite gender in the wonderland and have that affect your behavior and personality, maybe even easier to do when you have a tulpa because your brain may already be used to thinking in those ways, but at least here that "mode of thought" doesn't stick as much when I'm the one "at front", I still feel like the body's gender there, no matter the flexibility in the wonderland. While I'm sure that if someone obsessed very strongly about those feelings, be it the host or tulpa and wanted them to apply to the body as well, they could end up wanting to be trans, but I don't think this is the sort of thing that would happen with someone just because they made a tulpa if they weren't already thinking such thoughts?

In particular, the gender identity disorder is characterized by feelings of body dysmorphia and at least here, for a tulpa to get that they'd have to focus on how different the physical body is from their form, and the same feelings can be emulated by the host if they wanted (like if they tried to "pull" how their forPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.16494

>>16440

Thanks man you've really assuaged my worries. This has worked out for the best, we learned that a Tulpa who chooses her own form is more permanent than one with an assigned form, they're not actually all colorful, and Tulpas won't turn you trans.

Also I no longer have 20 Tuppers which I couldnt possibly have taken care of properly. I was really overwhelemed I had no idea what to do. Don't mix DPH and THC folks before meditating with Oolong (glutamate inhibitor). Signing off, your faithful guinea pig.


 No.16495

>>16440

>Maybe it's what they wanted deep down? Or is it that tulpas can be so lovable at times that no matter the form you'd like them?

Also this guy >>16440 answers your gaysex questions pretty well


 No.16770

having a female in your brain isn't going to alter your brain structure to be more female but it will make you gay




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 No.16362[Reply]

Is having sex with your tulpa more effective forcing than normal forcing? During sex you get really focused on your partner. I've heard that cultists use sex rituals because it embeds ideas into people's minds easier. Also it feels good so you have more motivation to do it.

Has anyone here forced their tulpa primarily through sex?

When you have sex with your tulpa do they feel more energetic afterwards? (mine does.)

Just be careful with this, you don't want to accidentally get a succubus instead of a tulpa.

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 No.16742

I have thought about this too but never brought up the topic. Screwing you tulpa can be a very effective forcing method when complemented by others. I believe that the raw emotion has a fair bit to do with it. We've also done a lot of development through mpromptu memtal dancing sessions.

I don't think that any single method should be used on its own. Try a thousand different things and stick with the ones which work.


 No.16743

>>16742

Whew, those spellibg errors. I'll take the nearly constant headaches as a good sign.


 No.16767

>>16728

>Touch thing

>Think about how it feels

>Stop touching thing

>Imagine touching the thing

>Imagine how it feels

It's like riding a bike, or doing math, the only way to improve is by doing it.


 No.16768

>>16767

how am I supposed to imagine what touching a pussy feels like if I've never touched one before?


 No.16769

>>16768

Get a fleshlight




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 No.16302[Reply]

What's the difference between a tulpa and a mind doll?

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 No.16345

>>16342

As someone who is aware of what the mind doll files actually are and do; the other user >>16341

should be more specific.

Mind dolls are just tulpas that come imposed from the start (if you get the hypnosis program to work) since the procedure is to use the "virtual world" hypnosis files first to develop a full immersion + full sensory experience wonderland and then you use the actual mind doll installation hypnosis files to develop a fully imposed "mind doll" tulpa.

you can't use the hypnosis files to "turn a tulpa into a mind doll" because that's not how it works. You can use some of the hypnosis files to rev up a full immersion wonderland and to impose your existing tulpa but if you use the mind doll installer files you would end up creating a new tulpa from them.


 No.16749

File: f592c25c1094e6d⋯.png (360.49 KB, 360x640, 9:16, 1501810465871.png)

Here are the mind doll files if someone's interested.

I don't know how to use them, I just saved them.

https://mega.nz/#F!5141DbrT!wdZIrfZPsQWghQ0wBOiLQA


 No.16761

>>16749

can someone explain how this works?


 No.16764

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>>16761

I wrote you a readme


 No.16766

>>16764

wow that's more detailed than I expected

very helpful, thanks!




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 No.16416[Reply]

How many or you actually have one? Pic related is my tulpa

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 No.16501

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me when tupla gets in my brain and assimilates my mind


 No.16509

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Tulpas are talking buddies before sexual partners. Having a male tulpa around to talk with about "guy stuff" is fun. It keeps things well rounded.


 No.16688

>>16423

>female

>also a murderer

huh


 No.16689

>>16688

maybe she didn't kill her tup and only changed their gender


 No.16765

>>16688

well you see, I was going through psychosis and accidentally made a tulpa, the tulpa looked, sounded, and had the personality of my oneitis, and then one day I tried to talk to my oneitis, long story short, my tulpa then disappeared and my heart was shattered

then, not sure if this was a different tulpa or the same one, but I started experimenting with tulpas and here we are today, with my second tulpa I think and we're cuddling and shit.




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 No.16733[Reply]

What is tulpish exactly? Just communicating with direct thoughts instead of words? Is that what tulpas do before they become vocal? Do they keep doing it after they can use words to communicate? Do you communicate in tulpish often? Is it conscious or unconscious? How can I get better at it?

 No.16735

My tup manifests some heartwarming or heart-lifting "feels" when she's happy, OP. Can also create a sort of opposite sensation, not quite dread but similar, when displeased. Can be a bit spooky tbh


 No.16736

tulpish is nonverbal raw thought / emotion / intentions / imagery / concepts.

Sometimes my tulpa starts sort of "speaking in tulpish" if she gets too excited. It can "sound" like gibberish which you can learn to interpret intuitively.

And yes, a some tulpamancers report getting tulpish responses before their tulpas start communicating verbally.


 No.16739

>>16736

>tfw you've been thinking in tulpish all your life by default


 No.16745

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Yeah tulpish is just direct thoughts. I speak tulpish sometimes but most of the time I use vocal words. It's really fucking fast and is more about expression of emotion, so it's jank to use it for an actual conversation.

To get better at it spend some one on one time with you and the tup and just go at it, pick a topic before hand then talk about it in tulpish. Also hosts can speak tulpish too.


 No.16762

Is emotional bleeding a kind of tulpish?




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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.16751

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>>16685

I've used to abuse, hurt and torture imaginary friends ages ago but never did it with tulpas.

Now atleast i've got reason for making one. Having loli pet to abuse thats not parroted sounds pretty fun!


 No.16752

>>16751

well at least you aren't doing it to anything outside of yourself

probably


 No.16753

>>16751

>abusing a loli

The lowest of scum.


 No.16754

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Really early on I kept having weird intrusive thoughts of suplexing my tulpa or throwing her at the wall for no reason. It took a bit of work but we worked through it together. I never meant to harm her it was just my subconscious doing weird things like that feeling of jumping you get near a ledge.

I think the absolute worse thing I've done to one of my tulpas involved the accidental creation of my third tulpa. After creating my first whe talked about all sorts of things and about tulpas in general. A lot of my friends had multiple tulpas and we talked about what we would do if we decided to get more and when we'd work on that. I drastically under estimated how much easier subsequent tulpas were to make and just that thinking was basically enough to sow the seeds that became two more tulpas really fast.

I welcomed the second one and we adapted quickly, but my third tulpa really messed with my head. It was difficult to focus on all three of them and it would give me headaches. I decided that it wasn't good to have her around and I'd have to do something about it. I looked online for a bit and I really didn't want to dissipate her because I didn't have the heart to and I also kind of wanted her just not at the time. I settled on some weird strategy I found in a tulpa.info board or something about sending your tulpa on a boat off to hibernate when you can't deal with them.

Everything was arranged for her to leave in the morning and I was about to send her away on the boat with just the intent of maybe someday bringing her back. When she was about to get on board I had an immediate change of heart and called her back. It was my own fault, not hers that I wasn't willing to change myself to adapt more tulpas.

I brought the tulpa back and we decided to keep her, but for the next week or two I was assaulted by intrusive thoughts going back and forth on my decision to keep her. They started freaking her out and she felt like it would be better if she just went on the boat. It was a rough time but with a lot of snuggles and physically removing intrusive thoughts things eventually became cozy. She's a happy and healthy tulpa to this day.


 No.16759

I literally never force so my tulpa is basically dead.




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