Monthly Archives: January 2017

Stop complaining, you’re alive: in defense of loving limitations

Stop complaining, you’re alive. It was early April, about a month after Greta was born, and I had started whining about pain I was experiencing as a result of careless and excessive keyboard use. These were the first truly original … Continue reading

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My tulpa Greta is as real as you are

Today I want to make a reasoned argument that, regardless of their exact nature, tulpas are as real as you, the reader, are. I understand this may sound absolutely crazy to you. In case you don’t read the whole article … Continue reading

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The impossibility of being prepared

This is part two of the bad reasons not to create a tulpa series. We frequently see the sentiment that one should not create a tulpa if one is scared or worried about tulpamancy. The idea of waiting to create … Continue reading

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List of bad reasons not to create a tulpa

Explanation of this series There are many excellent reasons not to create a tulpa. We are not trying to convince people that they should create tulpas if they think they probably shouldn’t. Rather, we hope to reject and recast some … Continue reading

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The golden rule of ethical tulpa creation

This is the first post in the bad reasons not to create a tulpa series. Let’s begin by pointing out that there are many excellent reasons not to create a tulpa. We do not intend in this series to convince … Continue reading

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