Well, in a way they always are their own being since they are not internalized usually.Whimsy wrote:So if a thoughtform evolves they either become feeders or godforms.
When they evolve do they essentially become their own being then? Are they always dangerous when they evolve or are there ones out there that are more docile?
Will they always rely on others to sustain themselves?
If they go rogue and turn into feeders, they will always be predatory and dangerous.
Godforms are something different.
Question: If everyone calls everything whatever they want, that use is language? If I tell you "Hrmpluk I sat on my Prwthik" will you understand what I mean? I mean I called those things whatever I wanted.surgeonsprincess wrote:I'm not a Tibetan shaman or mystic and I'm sure hundreds more aren't either and YET, I have a Tulpa. Call it whatever you want and ill call it whatever I want .
There's a reason definitions exist and that is for everyone to talk about the same thing.
I do understand with 'meta' things it's a little bit harder to do that, but still.
If they are real beings that move and speak independently of you, then I'll go back to my original question:surgeonsprincess wrote: but they are REAL beings that move and speak independently of me. I'm sticking with servitor. Its easier explained.
Did you ever wonder if they are actually not servitors but rather unbound beings making themselves known by sparking the idea about who and what they are?
What if those ideas you had were just unbounds giving you their deets.