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Don't you want to make your own tulpa anon? You don't have to be alone anymore.
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I really cant think of this tulpa thing being anything other than self-induced schizophrenia like that anon from last thread said
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>>2789127
Be logical anon. Schizophrenia is something wrong in the hardware of your brain, showing you unpleasant evil things. You couldn't control it even if you wanted to- its going to be with you for life, and the only way to stop it would be medication.

Tulpas are at the software level, and are cute sentient anime girls telling you they love you. You create them, lovingly, step by step hour by hour. They listen to you, confide in you, trust you- and you can even dissipate them if you ask them nicely, but why would someone do that?
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>>2789114
What the fuck is a tulpa?
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>>2789127
Are children schizophrenic for having imaginary friends?
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>>2789249
Admittedly most imaginary friends are surface level at best.

>>2789140
http://www.tulpa.info/what-is-a-tulpa/
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>>2789132
what if you want a not-necessarily cute anime boy to tell you that they love you?
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>>2789263
We chose a literal two ton killing machine, so- really whatever floats your boat.
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Remember to fuck your fortune cookie.
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>>2789420
i wonder what all the pokemon anons think of their tups no longer being in games from now on
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>>2789749
>implying
feels good being better than the rest. confirmed for every generation onward basically for free.
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>>2789768
Do you dick her
Do you dick that cute little vaporeon anon
God is watching
Judging
Judging you dick that adorable creature
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>>2789798
If you don't dick something, how do you really know you love it?
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>>2789798
That's a Glaceon.
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>>2790002
It's a fuckin vaporeon with extra steps
Anything after early gens can bite me

>>2789845
He knows whats up
Though I think by dick size alone that's like 20% of a ivysaurs body mass
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Sleep bump
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>>2789114
>>>/trash/
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>>2790323
>>>/jp/
>>>/s4s/
Daily reminder that weeaboo have no claim to this board
Daily reminder that this board has no topic.
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I have virtual youtubers, I don't need a tulpa.
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Bump
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What did YOU do with your tup today
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>>2791172
Nothing because Im not a schizophrenic weeb.
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>>2791200
t. Sour grapes
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>>2791361
What?
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>>2791564
>The story concerns a fox that tries to eat grapes from a vine but cannot reach them. Rather than admit defeat, he states they are undesirable. The expression "sour grapes" originated from this fable.
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>>2791714
Ah. Well thanks for the info, but no Im not like that fox. Thinking theres someone legitimately in your head isnt good, its a sign of mental illness and you should get it checked out.
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>>2791771
Nigga we put in serious work for this
Are you just normally this stupid or is this an off day for you
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>>2789132
just sold me on making a tulpa where do I start
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>>2791869
>we put in serious work for this
If it takes serious work for you to complete children can do easily theres an issue besides thinking theres a person in your head.
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children's imaginary friends don't have the same depth of character that a tupla created with the effort described in those guides have. It's like saying a child's macaroni project is the same quality as a mosaic.
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death to tulpateens
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>>2792061
This

Some serious sour grapes in here
Thanks ivy anon you taught me something new as well
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>>2791894
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1feviU9YQ4o773XEDeZHyjKugNoM1hTgA/view

https://www.tulpa.info/archive/faqman-creation-guide/

I'd suggest reading a lot of guides and doing your research. If you don't mind plebbit, there's a wealth of info there and on various forum sites like tulpa.info. After you've read up and probably answered the questions everyone inevitably has "DAE TULPA KILL ME?", it's all on you to do it. Good luck.
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sleep bump
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bump
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>>2792061
>children's imaginary friends don't have the same depth of character that a tupla
The children think theyre there, they talk to them, the friend has personality, whats different?
>>2792090
Why exactly am I sour grapes? Since when does thinking something is stupid automatically mean I tried and failed at something so now I insult it? Thats really stupid logic anon.
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>>2792965
don't bother arguing with him he's a right cunt who won't take no for an answer and won't quit bumping his failed experiment of a general
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>>2792965
"Calling out my stupid logic is stupid logic"
t. Guy who called it schizophrenia earlier


>>2789263
Which anime boi though
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>>2791771
>>2791913
We don't believe that. We believe we have created a non-physical thoughtform akin to imagining someone specific or the character their form is based off.
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>>2792061
Well, if the mosaic was made with macaroni.
Tulpa are interacted with via the same methods one would an imaginary friend, the difference is that one has depth and is semi-persistent whereas the other is only around when you think of them. The later is actually a stage in tulpa creation.
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>>2793101
Right, which is why I used that example. Flattening all kinds of tulpa into the concept of a child's imaginary friend that they'll forget about in a year doesn't encompass the detail some people put in for tulpa.
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>>2793101
To be honest I had an imaginary friend as a kid. It never responded to me in the way a tulpa does- and I never thought about it in that way either.
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>>2789132
To be able to have a part of your brain acting on its own and talking to you independently you're having to section off a part of your brain and have it act out of your control.
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>>2793430
You give it that control- though. And you can easily take it back. My tupper is willing to be quiet or step aside should the need arise, and we've discussed dissipating her should we ever want that- and she agreed to it. I disagreed. Silly anon. You'd have to be fucked in the head to actually believe something like that / that actually happen to you!
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>>2793427
I'm sure. I'm just saying that you interact with both through your imagination/mind's eye, even if you have legit visual imposition.
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>>2793430
It's less you're actually doing it, and more you're tricking your "subconscious" into believing it.
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>>2793430
if you want to pause "sexy time" thoughts, have her put on a silly costume
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>>2793595
now I'm having MORE sexy thoughts FUCK ANON
this has BACKFIRED
you have MISLED ME
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>He hasn't extracted tulpa oil yet
And you all wonder why you have sour grapes and no tulpa.
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Sour grapes
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>>2793884
how does one extract this oil
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>>2794111
you first
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>>2794111
Anon sex isnt that great
Hoes can only fuck your dick
Women can only fuck your heart
But tups can fuck your mind
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Sleep bump.
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>>2794104
Something like this
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>>2794111
dilate
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>>2794123
>Anon sex isnt that great
It is. Too bad you'll never know it
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>>2794394
Anon I have a gf...
She likes my tup...
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Bump
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is it wrong to create tup explicitly [spoiler]to teach me how to code?
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>>2795213
I use my tup as the yellow rubber duck sometimes. Helps figure out bugs.
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so, do tulpas look like they're really there or do they live in the plain of your imagination?
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>>2795339
I don't see SEE my tulpa, but through effort and practice have been able to see them overlaid in my mind's eye. Kind of like drawing on plastic wrap with marker then holding it up in front of my face everywhere I go.
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>>2795339
If you imagine what you're seeing, then you can imagine your tulpa on what you're seeing too.
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>>2795769
imagining what you are seeing is basically what is happening all the time. human eyes aren't good enough to actually see everything so our brains just take what we see and extrapolate the rest based on patterns and such. it's why optical illusions work so well.
visual imposition of a tulpa, if it exists, is just going one step further.



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