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A Copinglinker and a Tulpa

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  1. amberguara

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    Hello there! I'm Amber and I have a tulpa that still doesn't have a name. That's why I decided to not put my name on the title, just to be fair with her. Just in case you don't know what a copinglinker is, we are non-kin that voluntary creates a non-human/fictional identity to cope with our life. We can talk about this later in another topic, let's focus on the tulpa.

    Okay, as you already know, my tulpa doesn't have a name yet. I feel this is a very personal thing and decided to let her choose by herself once she became vocal or learned to communicate through a more complex way. She probably doesn't have a set appearance either. Last time I checked, she looked a lot like the pokemon Lugia, but she can deviant from this form. No, I didn't choose it, she just decided to take on it. When I say that I checked her, I meant in the mind's eye. I can't see her with my eyes in the physical world which is why I usually walk around with her right behind me or in another place that is out of my sight.

    Here's what I have to say about us. Questions are welcome.
     
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    What got you into tulpamancy and why did you decide to create a tulpa?
     
  3. amberguara

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    I figured out that tulpamancy existed years ago, right after reading a creepypasta about it. Curiosity was what made me do more research on this topic, but I only started tulpamancy for real a few weeks ago. The main reason? It was loneliness. Most people would say that's a bad reason to create a tulpa. Being the headstrong person that I am, I decided to do it anyway.