posted on Mar, 21 2007 @ 02:35 PM
Alright. For some (most?) of you that don't know what a Tulpa is, the definition is this. Taken from wikipedia.
"Thoughtform(Or Tulpa) may be understood as a 'psychospiritual' complex of energy or consciousness manifested either consciously or unconsciously,
by an individual or a group. Thoughtform are understood differently and take on different forms in different traditions. Stated differently, a
thoughtform, is a subtle objectification that may or may not have consciousness and self-determination. Thoughtform may be benevolent, malevolent or
of complex alignment and may be understood as a spontaneous or intentional manifestation from a combination of willpower, bioenergy, discipline, chi,
prana and/or astral or ætherial substance." In short, it's a thought that has physically manifested itself.
So, after doing research on it, I decided to try my hand at Tulpa creation. Now, some, if not most, will call me crazy for saying this, but I think it
worked. I worked for about 3 months thinking up how I wanted this entity to look like, and how I wanted it to think. I asked my friend to help me out
in designing it too. I began imagining that what I had created, actually existed. I asked it questions (to which I answered myself), and spoke as if
it were actually there. Wierd things started happening? I kept seeing a shadow of what I had thought up out of the corner of my eye. Things moved on
their own, and every once in a while, I heard certain words out of nowhere. Like someone was saying a sentence that would fade in and out. The more I
thought up this Tulpa, the wierder things got. I stopped. I didn't want to create something I couldn't get rid of. I encourage everyone to try their
hand and reply to tell me what happened. Tulpa creation may also be related to the Loch Ness monster/bigfoot/etc. If millions of people are thinking
together that a serpent-like creature lives in the lake, then maybe it has taken physical form.