Creator 創造者

The individual who has created a tulpa or tulpas. Almost always synonymous with the host, unless a tulpa participates in creating or individually creates additional tulpas later.

創造了tulpa(們)的個體. 大部分情況下是宿主的同義語, 除非有tulpa創造了更多的tulpa, 亦或是參與了這一過程.【夏洛克註:建議統一譯為宿主】

Development 發展

Any act relating to the host focusing on, conversing or interacting with the tulpa. An increasingly popular synonym for the older term of [forcing]

指代宿主專註於tulpa, 與其交流互動, 或者任何與上述內容有關的行為. 越來越人氣的”塑造”的同義語【夏洛克註:建議統一譯為塑造】

Deviation 偏離

An umbrella term for changes, growth, and transformation. The variations and alterations that occur to a tulpa’s personality and form during and after creation, seemingly against or independent of the host’s conscious will.

改變,成長,變形等概念的統稱. 指代的是tulpa在其創造過程中或被創造完畢後出現的, 看似有意違背或獨立於宿主意願的的人格與形態變化

Dissipation 消散

The process a tulpa undergoes when starved of attention or stimuli, wilfully or otherwise, fading back into the recesses of the host’s mind.

在tulpa貧於接收刺激或關注時會經歷的事情. 指代的是其慢慢消失於宿主意識深處的過程, 無論其自願與否.

Emotional Response 情緒回應

When a tulpa responds to external stimuli or the thoughts of the host with a wave of emotion as opposed to speaking. This is a common precursor to the tulpa becoming vocal. See head pressure.

tulpa以情緒波動而非言語回應外部刺激或思維的行為. 是常見的tulpa步入成聲階段的先兆. 另見頭部壓力.

Forcing 塑造

Any act relating to the host focusing on, developing, conversing or interacting with their tulpa.

指代宿主專註於tulpa, 與其交流互動, 或者任何與上述內容有關的行為.

  • Active Forcing – Often a dedicated span of time used to focus solely on the tulpa while the host generally tries to avoid any possible distractions. Chatting is often recommended early on, and when you get used to it, watching movies together, reading a book are good examples of activities.
  • 主動塑造 – 指代宿主花費一段長度可觀時間將精力完全放在tulpa身上並試圖忽略外部影響的行為. 早期進行時推薦單純地閑聊, 熟悉了以後可以進行一些更好的互動, 如一起看電影, 讀讀書什麼的.
  • Passive Forcing – The host’s focus is elsewhere (work, study, etc.) but they set aside a minimal amount of focus so their tulpa is aware of what is happening. Narration can also be done here.
  • 被動塑造 – 指代宿主專註於其它事物(工作, 學習等)時仍然花費少量精力在tulpa身上以讓他們得知現實中發生了什麼. 同時也可以進行敘述.

Form 形態

The appearance of the tulpa. Can be literally anything.

Tulpa的外形. 愛咋樣咋樣.

Growth 成長

A natural and gradual deviation to a tulpa’s personality or form that occurs over their lifespan. While these may occur more rapidly than in biological humans, they are small alterations such as personality changes based on their life experiences, appearance changes to match newly acquired personal tastes, and so on. These deviations tend to be more organic in nature.

指tulpa一生中其人格與形態上的一種緩慢而自然的偏離行為. 雖然比人類生理上的成長更加迅速, 這些微小的改變, 如, 人格上的變化, 是基於ta的體驗的, 外貌變化則可能使其更具個人品味, 諸如此類. 這些偏離在自然情況下會更加生動.

Head Pressure 頭部壓力

A mild, headache-like sensation experienced while forcing, often in response to questions or direct attention to a tulpa, often in very early development. A form of emotional response, albeit one lacking nuance or specificity.

指代塑造過程中出現的一種輕微, 類似頭疼的感受, 一般伴隨著tulpa的直接關注或者對問題的回應, 常常出現於早期開發階段. 可以算作一種情緒回應, 即便程度輕微或缺少某些專一性.

Host 宿主

The primary consciousness within any given system; the individual who spends the majority of their time in control of their body, and usually the creator of any and all tulpas or other thoughtforms.

指某一系統內的主要意識, 即在操控身體上花費時間最多的個體. 大部分時候是其他tulpa或思維體的創造者.

Imposition 投影

Visualizing a tulpa’s form in the real world, hallucinating them into sensory perception. Usually used to refer to visual imposition (seeing your tulpa). Feeling your tulpa hugging you would be an example of tactile imposition.

指將tulpa的形態通過幻覺【夏洛克註:即描繪】顯像於現實世界內並具有一定感官的行為, 大部分指代視覺投影(即看見你的tulpa). 感受你tulpa的抱抱則是觸覺投影.

Metaphysical 玄學派

In relation to tulpa development, the school of thought that suggests tulpa are a supernatural, paranormal, occult or otherwise non-mundane entity.

認為tulpa是超自然, 靈異, 神秘或非現世的實體的學說.

Mindscape 意識空間

A mental environment created in the host’s mind where the host and tulpa can interact visually, without the need for Imposition. Same as Wonderland.

指無需投影即可讓宿主與tulpa互動的精神空間. 同 幻境.【夏洛克註:此類詞語建議統一譯為幻境】

Mindvoice 意識聲音

The internal dialogue between tulpa and their host, heard as a voice in the mind. A method of tulpa communication, not to be confused with voices heard as fully externalized auditory hallucinations.

指tulpa和宿主的內部對話方式, 可聽做意識里的聲音. 不要與外界幻聽混淆.【夏洛克註:類似於你看見這篇文章時,腦內出現的類似於說話聲的那個聲音,注意不要與tulpa語搞混】

Multiplicity 多意識

Umbrella term encompassing all phenomena in which multiple consciousnesses cohabit a single brain and body. Broadly used as a synonym for plurality, but has additional psychological history.

是對所有的多重意識共存一腦一體的現象的統稱. 大部分時間是復像的的同義語, 但有一定心理學背景.【夏洛克註:建議優先選擇此詞語】

Narration 敘述

When the host speaks to and thinks of their tulpa throughout the day. A common form of passive forcing, and considered a key part of tulpa personality development.

指宿主對tulpa說話或者思考tulpa的行為. 常見的被動塑造的方式, 被認為是tulpa人格發展的關鍵.

Parallel Processing 並行處理

When the tulpa can focus and work on something completely different than what the host is focusing on.

指tulpa和宿主可以同時專註於幾件不同的事情上的行為.

Parroting 學舌

Mimicking how you think your tulpa will respond before they are able to respond themselves. Contested in usage; encouraged to help shape tulpa personality, but discouraged as inhibiting communicative development. See puppetting for its physical counterpart.

指在tulpa能自主回應前, 模仿你心目中的tulpa進行回應. 在實際應用中存在爭議. 在塑造tulpa人格的方面存在積極影響但是同樣抑制了交流的發展. 見 操控 以了解類似的物理行為.

Plurality 多意識

Umbrella term encompassing all phenomena in which multiple consciousnesses cohabit a single brain and body. Broadly the same as multiplicity, but lacking the historical baggage.

是對所有的多重意識共存一腦一體的現象的統稱. 差不多是多重意識的的同義語, 但缺少歷史背景.

Possession 附體

Letting the tulpa control one or more parts of the host’s body, often the arms to allow typing or writing.

指讓tulpa操控宿主身體的一部分甚至多部分的行為, 大部分時間是手部以允許打字寫字.

Proxying 代理

Communicating on behalf of a tulpa, relaying what the tulpa says to facilitate communication, such as in comments or online chat. Usually in writing, but can also be done physically in speech.

替tulpa說話, 通過它們的言語進行代理交流, 例如在網上聊天或者評論的時候. 可以以文字形式出現也可以以實際說話的言語模式呈現.

Psychological 心理學派

In relation to tulpa development, the school of thought that suggests tulpa are a mundane function of the human psyche that can be scientifically understood, analyzed and accepted within the bounds of modern science.

認為tulpa是人類精神的實際作用, 可以被科學地解讀, 分析, 並且在現代科學研究內可以被接受.

Puppeting 操控

Consciously and purposefully controlling the tulpa’s actions, as a precursor to independent movement. Contested in usage; encouraged to help form visualisation, but discouraged as inhibiting independent behaviour. See parroting for its communicative counterpart.

指有意識有目的地操控tulpa的動作的行為, 作為其自主活動的前置. 在實際應用中存在爭議. 對於描繪有積極作用, 但抑制了其自主行為.見 學舌 以了解類似的交流行為.

Servitor 傀儡

A tulpa-like entity with seemingly no willpower, volition or sentience of its own; a mental puppet that may seem to act independently but acts only as a servant to its host.

類tulpa的無自主意識的個體. 僅僅只是宿主的精神僕從, 看似有自主意識罷了.

Soulbond 靈魂連繫/系魂

A tulpa-like entity derived from works of fiction, often the host’s own writings, and often unintentionally – the act of writing and developing a character acting akin to forcing. Has its own communities, which sometimes overlap with tulpa communities.

從小說中衍生的類tulpa個體, 通常是從宿主自己的文章中, 且是無意的——創作一個角色的過程類似於塑造. 有自己的社區, 偶爾與tulpa社區相交集.【夏洛克註:尚不清楚此類型是否有國內社區,應該已經與tulpa社區合併了】

Split Perception 分感

When the host is actively interacting both in the physical world and their wonderland, often with their tulpa, at the same time. Not to be confused with narration.

指宿主同時在幻境與現實中活動的行為. 不要與敘述相混淆

Switching 交換

When the tulpa exchanges roles with the host, controlling the body and becoming the primary consciousness until you switch back. Typically seen as an advanced skill that takes a long time to learn.

指tulpa與宿主切換角色, 成為身體的主導意識直到再切換的行為. 一般被認為是需要長時間學習的高級技巧.

System 系統

Collective term for all minds within one body – the host and all tulpas.

指身體里所有的意識——宿主與tulpa們

Thoughtform 思維體

Generic term for all mental companions, including those defined by other communities – tulpas, soulbonds, daemons and ‘headmates’ all come under this broad classification.

所有精神伴侶的通稱, 包括被其他社區所定義的個體: tulpa, 系魂, daemon(靈魂守衛?), 或者「同體”什麼的, 都在這一塊的範圍里.

Traits 特質

The collection of personality factors that make up an individual’s personality. Some creators define their tulpa’s intended traits at the beginning of tulpa creation, while others allow them to emerge naturally during the creation process.

指組成一個個體人格中的重要性格因素. 一些創造者會在開始創造tulpa時提前定下tulpa的特質, 而另外一些創造者允許這些特質在創造過程中自然顯現.

Transformation 變換

A sudden and drastic deviation to a tulpa’s form, that is usually total and occasionally unexpected. Animal-like tulpa may suddenly appear human and vice-versa. Some tulpa can reliably perform this, shifting between multiple forms and considering only a few their ‘natural’ or most comfortable form.

指tulpa唐突的形態上的偏離行為, 經常十分徹底且出乎意料. 例如動物變人或反之. 有些tulpa可以熟練地這麼操作, 在幾個形態間不斷切換並且最終認定幾個認為比較舒坦或者自然的形態.

Tulpa 幻靈*【夏洛克註:此詞語可不翻譯,直接用tulpa】

A tulpa is believed to be an autonomous consciousness, existing within their creator』s mind, often with a form of their creator’s initial choice and design.

tulpa被認為具有自我意識, 存在於創造者的意識之內, 通常具有由創造者初始決定設計的形態.【夏洛克註:下面三個類型已經被歸檔,這些翻譯不建議使用,建議視情況儘可能使用tulpa.cn上的四型分類法

  • Intentional Tulpas: Tulpas created knowingly via deliberate, focused intent by their hosts, often with the use of guides and communities like our own.
  • 創造型: 有意被宿主專註地創造出的tulpa, 通常使用了例如我們社區的教程.
  • Accidental Tulpas: Tulpas not originally intended to be tulpas. Through a variety of different explanations and origins, they develop to be indistinguishable from regular tulpas outside of how they began. This is explained in greater detail in this post.
  • 意外型: 一開始並無意被創作為tulpa, 但變成了tulpa. 即使起源與解釋眾說紛紜, 他們的發展與普通tulpa通常無異, 除了起源以外. 詳見此貼.【夏洛克註:在中文社區這一類大多也被歸類於邂逅型。此概念與下文的邂逅型概念已經停用,儘可能使用四型分類法。】
  • Natural Tulpas: Tulpas created by those who have no knowledge of tulpas or the steps usually utilized to create one. They’re often later classified as tulpas when the host finds out about them. They are also usually indistinguishable from conventional tulpas outside of their origins.
  • 邂逅型: 指宿主在沒有先驗的tulpa知識或方法步驟的情況下創造出了的tulpa, 大部分時間都是在宿主了解到這一概念後被認定為tulpa的. 大部分時間與普通的tulpa無異, 除了出身以外.

Tulpish Tulpa語

A way of communication for tulpa before becoming vocal. Communication through emotions, seemingly errant thoughts, pictures, and such.

在tulpa成聲前的交流方式. 通過情緒, 興許七零八落的思緒, 聲像等方式進行交流.

Visualization 描繪

Using the mind’s eye to “see” things within the mind, like your tulpa and your wonderland.

指用心眼窺探意識中事物, 如幻境里的tulpa的方法.

Vocal 成聲

The stage when a tulpa can communicate in full, coherent sentences as opposed to Tulpish or Emotional Response.

指tulpa可以用完整有序的語句進行交流的階段, 與tulpa語或情緒回應相對.

Walk-in 亂入

Common nickname for a natural or accidental tulpa.

意外型或邂逅型tulpa的常見昵稱【夏洛克註:翻譯時參考上面的Tulpa詞條】

Wonderland 幻境

A mental environment created in the host’s mind where the host and tulpa can interact visually, without the need for Imposition. Same as Mindscape.

指無需投影即可讓宿主與tulpa互動的精神空間. 同 意識空間.