A Tulpas Or Imaginary Friend Happens Often In Childhood
A tulpas or imaginary friend can be activated through our imagination. This question came up through one of my Facebook friends. She was wondering what the difference is between an imaginary friend and a tulpas?
A lot of children develop imaginary friends early in their life. Sometimes adults will create them for certain purposes in High Magic.
They might create a tulpas or imaginary friend to spy on some one else. Maybe to gather information they feel they need. In one circumstance, one of my friends created one to watch her kids at school because she was worried about them.
Most of the time, lonely children create then just for company. They want and need something so bad that they basically make it up in their mind. That is then were it will live, until the child out grows the need for it.
A Tulpas Or Imaginary Friend Can’t Harm Others
It can be a problem to the creator if that person is mentally unstable. Other wise, a tulpas or imaginary friend wouldn’t be able to effect anyone else. Just their creator, in certain extreme cases.
This is one difference between evil or mischievous entities and tulpas or imaginary friends. They can move and influence energy to harm living beings. Entities can manipulate people to their own ends.
A person might create a tulpas or imaginary friend to help them activate a new goal in life. For instance if they wanted to get into better shape. They could create a tulpas to encourage them to do their scheduled workout. The tulpas could even be instructed to warn them if they are over indulging in food or drink.
This would be a useful practice if a person needed some extra encouragement to get things done.
Certain Tulpas And Imaginary Friends Can Serve A Great Purpose!
When children are going through a horrible time, they might create these spirits as a last resort to save their minds. Especially kids facing family violence, war, poverty or starvation. They can serve as a distraction from the horrible circumstances long enough to get them through the trying time.
Once a tulpas has completed it’s purpose it is usually dissipated through lack of attention. The creator no longer needs the distraction and stops interacting with it. The Tulpas or imaginary friend disappears.
It just goes to show that our minds and imagination are powerful! The first step of manifestation is imagining what we want.
Be careful of what you think about and imagine, if you dwell on it enough it can be made manifest.
(c) March 2017
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