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'''Dissipation''' is a term that refers to the removal of a [[Tulpa|Tulpa]]. This practice in the [[Tulpamancy|Tulpamancy]] community is seen as highly controversial, as there are many moral and ethical considerations to getting rid of something that appears both sentient and sapient. Because of this, talk of the practice is generally discouraged, with other solutions normally being recommended first.<br />
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'''Dissipation''' is a term that refers to the fading of a [[Tulpa|Tulpa]] or [[Host|Host]] from the mind. Dissipation can occur naturally in younger [[Tulpa|Tulpa]] who are lacking adequate [[Forcing|Forcing]], attention, or stimuli. The older a tulpa is, generally the harder it is for them to experience Dissipation.<br />
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Forcing Dissipation to happen in the [[Tulpamancy|Tulpamancy]] community is seen as highly controversial, as there are many moral and ethical considerations to getting rid of something that appears both sentient and sapient. Because of this, talk of the practice is generally discouraged with other remedies normally being recommended first.<br />
 
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== History ==
 
== History ==
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Latest revision as of 19:51, 13 May 2018

Dissipation is a term that refers to the fading of a Tulpa or Host from the mind. Dissipation can occur naturally in younger Tulpa who are lacking adequate Forcing, attention, or stimuli. The older a tulpa is, generally the harder it is for them to experience Dissipation.

Forcing Dissipation to happen in the Tulpamancy community is seen as highly controversial, as there are many moral and ethical considerations to getting rid of something that appears both sentient and sapient. Because of this, talk of the practice is generally discouraged with other remedies normally being recommended first.

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