- From Tibetan (Wylie transliteration: sprul-pa), equivalent to Sanskrit निर्मित (nirmita, "build") or निर्माण (nirmāṇa, "build") (Wiktionary)
“It's also known that one of the projects assigned to rinpoches-in-trainig in Tibetan Buddhism is to create a tulpa which is "solid" enough to be perceived by other people.”
“In a lighter vein, there's even a wonderful Dr. Seuss treatment of the subject, in which a brother and sister home alone, of course create a kind of tulpa called a "Glunk" which they then can't get rid of.”
“That you had been able to be with him before his death and create a tulpa.”
“He would not have become a tulpa, and as we discovered, painting a portrait does not work on Fictions.”
“Jonathan Swift would occasionally join them, as would Rudyard Kipling, who, like Verne, was not a resident of the gallery but a tulpa—a younger, virtually immortal version of himself.”
“A tulpa can only be maintained by a deliberate act of will—and when he was certain it could be done, Charles switched his attention to his own.”
““None of which would have been an issue if Stellan had been a tulpa,” he said, not really enjoying the admission.”
“But a tulpa of anyone else, be it a manservant or a colleague, would simply have to be ignored to make it fade back into the ether.”
“It was Dee, and then Blake, who realized that by making a tulpa of oneself, the consciousness, the soul, if you will—”
““As we saw with Defoe, a tulpa body can still be destroyed.””
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