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A '''Wonderland''' is a term widely used in the tulpa community to refer to a mental environment where the [[host]] and [[Tulpa|tulpas]] can interact. This place is normally experienced similar to a semi-persistent daydream, but the amount of vividness can vary heavily with practice. Some people choose to work heavily on their wonderland, creating very large paracosms of intricate detail. Others however may not have a wonderland at all, or rather choose for their wonderland to be a black void, into which they can create temporary objects.
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A '''Wonderland''' is a term widely used in the tulpa community to refer to a mental environment where the [[host]] and [[Tulpa|tulpas]] can interact. This place is normally experienced similar to a semi-persistent daydream, but the amount of vividness can vary heavily with practice. Some people choose to work heavily on their wonderland, creating very large microcosms of intricate detail. Others however may not have a wonderland at all, or rather choose for their wonderland to be a black void, into which they can create temporary objects.
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Some individuals consider the Wonderland to be an extension of a technique from Ancient Greece known as "The Method of Loci" while others consider "The Method of Loci" to be a type of Wonderland.
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A Wonderland is a term widely used in the tulpa community to refer to a mental environment where the host and tulpas can interact. This place is normally experienced similar to a semi-persistent daydream, but the amount of vividness can vary heavily with practice. Some people choose to work heavily on their wonderland, creating very large microcosms of intricate detail. Others however may not have a wonderland at all, or rather choose for their wonderland to be a black void, into which they can create temporary objects.

Some individuals consider the Wonderland to be an extension of a technique from Ancient Greece known as "The Method of Loci" while others consider "The Method of Loci" to be a type of Wonderland.


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