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very new to making tulpas, i need help distinguishing signs.

Discussion in 'Beginner and Creation Help' started by Devon McBeigh, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. Devon McBeigh

    Devon McBeigh George Pepper Plural System Is a host

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    so i have never made a tulpa before, but ive done a lot of research and thinking on whether i want one or not and im sure that i want one and that im perfectly okay with the hard work long term that it will take, not only to make but to keep happy. i began talking to my tulpa a few nights ago, and last night i asked a question, not sure what i asked though, and got a varying amount of head pressures, how do i distinguish what a head pressure means? do certain pressures mean different things?
     
  2. Kaiyote

    Kaiyote Member Tulpamancy System Is a host

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    It sort of depends on you. Some systems use head pressure in different parts to signify yes/no/what-have-you, some use varying pressure. Cerust and I actually use frissons/head pressure for yes/no.

    Unfortunately, the initial "does that mean yes?" takes a little work. I think I remember very early on telling my (at that point very nascent) tulpa "little head pressure for 'no', lots of head pressure for 'yes'" and just assuming they understood and went with that until the frissons started happening.
     
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