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Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 8:04 pm
by Freddy Freaker
I had a childhood imaginary friend who was a pink anthropomorphic bunny named Sarah. I imagined her during a rough time in my life and thinking about her never failed to make me feel better. Recently however, my life has taken a turn for the absolute worst. A couple days ago, my best friend Katherine committed suicide and I haven't been the same since. Would it be possible to get some sort of a custom thoughtform binding of good old Sarah? I feel like her loving presence would make me feel so much better.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 8:05 pm
by Lewk
Hi. You could ask the Creepy Hollows customer support about this.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:08 pm
by surgeonsprincess
A couple of my servitors were made by accident. It's not that hard to create one on your own. You just have to start talking to them and giving them attention like you did when you had them as an imaginary friend and the rest should fall into place. You'll hear them talking to you in your head and then you can go from there.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2019 6:42 pm
by Johnny Seraph
Hold it.

Let's suppose someone's been a very long-time fan of a fictional character. If they were to start talking to this character, would that character then become a more active thoughtform?

And how could it be strengthened from first contact?

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 6:01 am
by Aprophis
surgeonsprincess wrote:A couple of my servitors were made by accident.

There's a difference between thoughtforms and servitors. Mainly longevity.

Johnny Seraph wrote: If they were to start talking to this character, would that character then become a more active thoughtform?

And how could it be strengthened from first contact?

The more energy you put into it, the more active it will get.
And it's strengthened by putting more energy into it through your attention and interaction.

But thoughtforms are generally less stable and more prone to going rogue and becoming dangerous, especially since they're dependent on your attention.
And negative attention is attention too.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 7:33 am
by surgeonsprincess
I don't have thoughtforms, I have servitors. I didn't know there was a difference. I thought they were the same thing but yeah, mine are definitely servitors.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 9:59 am
by Aprophis
surgeonsprincess wrote:I don't have thoughtforms, I have servitors.

Thing is, servitors aren't created by accident, they're an intentional and often condensed construct with it's own energy source or without one but a defined and limited life span.
And for safety reason some even have kill switches.

Unless you accidentally had the idea and then created the servitors.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 12:14 pm
by Johnny Seraph
May as well put a few of my cards on the table... 8^|

Let me just say that I had a few obsessions that started in my adolescence, and hung around for the long haul. There was no direction in what I thought, and it got kinda complicated for a few years.

I've read about servitors and tulpas, and the instructions for those are a lot more detailed than anything I was doing. So, yeah, those were thoughtforms I was dealing with, and to say they seemed to have a mind of their own, wouldn't be an exaggeration.

Servitors can be designed to be unpredictable, but they can't hurt you the way a rogue thoughtform can.

Yes, I speak from experience; no, I'm not getting into the details.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Thu Aug 29, 2019 1:22 pm
by Aprophis
Johnny Seraph wrote:I've read about servitors and tulpas, and the instructions for those are a lot more detailed than anything I was doing. So, yeah, those were thoughtforms I was dealing with, and to say they seemed to have a mind of their own, wouldn't be an exaggeration.

In tibetan magic, a created tulpa can also be hijacked by a spirit. So servitors usually have protection in place so they can't be tampered with by outside forces.
Aside from the possibility that their programming is bugged or glitches out or they don't have any restrictions built in and develop in a way they weren't supposed to.

Re: Binding my childhood imaginary friend?

Posted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 8:37 am
by surgeonsprincess
Aprophis wrote:
Unless you accidentally had the idea and then created the servitors.


Actually, yeah, that makes more sense. I sometimes get an idea to make other servitors and then when I think about them enough, they eventually just come into being. If that makes sense. But I know mine are free from being tampered with. They act and speak independently of me.