I’m still alive. Still fighting. Still busy with hundreds of various ideas that roam in my mind. But something is missing. It didn’t happen overnight; instead, it was slow progress of detachment. Every day for us was something new, and I opened my mind—young and uncluttered—for a different view on the life. But the daily… continue reading → Somewhere I Belong
We went to a meditation retreat where we practiced Vipassanā in complete silence for ten days straight. Meditating from early morning to late evening really changes one’s perspective; have you tulpa or not and this is our story about it. Breath comes in; breath goes out. The ten-day Vipassanā course welcomed us with Ānāpānasati training… continue reading → Wolf and Vipassana
Doubt is something that comes into life of any tulpa sooner or later and it's quite expected; really. Doubt is something people deal with every day in the life; be it about tulpae or other things in life. It's all right. It simply doesn't matter much. I tend to communicate with many people outside of… continue reading → What is in there in doubt?