How to Read Guides: The Guide
Everything you need to know beforehand is in the guide. Everything else you will discover along the way, as you should. ~Flandere
So, lately, a lot of people are having problems reading guides. I don't know if it's a reading comprehension inhibition, if they're just skimming, if they didn't read them or what. The following is how you should use most guide sites to your advantage.
Okay, so firstly, if you're making a tulpa, and you decide you want to use the guides, what you NEED to read are the following: Irish's creation guide, Irish's wonderland guide, my personality guide, my personality template, and my main guide. The "Dummies" version is for people who have poor English language comprehension. These documents will encompass everything you need to know, and you'll be fine if you can quell your curiosity long enough to make a tulpa. You should know everything on these documents back and forth, left and right. When you tailor your own method, just make sure you're not leaving anything out, that's all.
Now for those of you that like more supplemental material that is still pretty much pertinent to what you're doing, there are many other documents, blogs, threads, creepypasta, techniques and everything for you to check out. If you are very curious and can't bear to have your own experiences and be surprised by what you're doing, than feel free to read all this stuff. More power to you.
Now, based on the guides and all the information, here's something you shouldn't ask, mostly because there is no straight answer, for one, and secondly it gets pretty annoying.
Is (insert thing related to creation) normal?
NOTHING is normal when you're talking about tulpae. Everyone's experience is going to be different; ergo we can't tell you what's normal and what's not. Chances are you're going to be told just to roll with it, so stop asking. It's your mind, not ours, you're the one that's going to know if something is normal or not.
So, in short, whichever path you decide to take, make sure that you're not asking questions that are explained elsewhere. If you have a question, and haven't read the guides, and don't want to read the guides, then don't ask it. Simple enough, right? If you have a question, and have only read the creation guide, and you're positive it hasn't been explained there, than it will usually be explained with time. If you have a question, and you've read everything, and you're sure it's not in any of the provided documents, than ask it.
This should all be common sense.
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