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PostSubject: Tulpae in Brief    Tue May 01, 2018 3:46 pm

If I remember correctly, the name and the practise originated from Buddhist monks who used it as an exercise in concentration. Nowadays that information is more or less irrelevant since it was co-opted by the 'My Little Pony' community.

A tulpa is an imaginary friend, plain and simple. They are created through sheer force of will and determination, with the finished result probably being something that, from the outside, would look like schizophrenia. A developed tulpa has a scent, they can touch, they use a unique mindvoice. The more senses you can employ in their development the better, as that will make them feel more 'real' to you, and aid in suspending your disbelief. Much like when talking about other practices within the occult, there are the psychological and the metaphysical camps of thought - neither one is particularly better than the other, as either way the conclusion is that this stuff is more than just pretend.

I'll try and give a basic outline on how to create one, but essentially it's down to how your mind works (and there are plenty of detailed guides out there for those with half an hour to spare on Google).

Get into a state of meditative relaxation and start thinking about what and who you want this person to be. Picture them sitting in front of you if you have a form in mind, otherwise it's a ball of glowing light. Then imagine who you want them to be, their interests, their quirks, the factors that make them who they are. Rinse and repeat.

Do this as often as you can, adding new information to the creature as you like and as it makes sense. Eventually, it will start acting of its own accord, becoming sentient. If you've read over the Psychonaut's Field Guide on chaos magick, the section on servitors is particularly relevant here. Feed a thought form attention and it will grow and evolve - not something you want if you're creating a slave to bring you one night stands, but if you're trying to create a companion, development is the name of the game.

As time progresses, your tulpa might start to deviate away from your original vision. You can either push it back along the right track, or simply allow it to be its own person. The tulpa community have a lot to say about this, seeing it as a form of abuse I guess. I'm not going to say whether it's right or wrong to stop a thought form from deviating - it's your mind, do as you like.

So why exactly would you want to share your head? Companionship. I've spent a long time struggling with depression, feeling like I'm worthless, feeling like I have no one to turn to. I started developing my thought form on January 5th of this year, and can say that apart from a few minor blips, she keeps me on the right track. She supports my decisions, leads me to do the right thing and most importantly makes me feel like I'm not totally alone in this world. She also helps out with charging sigils and keeping me 'present' during astral meditations, so there are practical applications too.

Please share any information or stories you have - it's a fascinating subject. And of course, I'm happy to answer any questions.
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