|Applies to||systems, headmates|
A thoughtform is an umbrella term for a headmate who was created in some way. It is sometimes used as an alternative term for tulpa, but can refer to other experiences.
History[edit | edit source]
The term "thoughtform" was used in Evans-Wentz's 1927 translation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Its usage in modern tulpamancy spaces may originate from the Tumblr blog LivingPlural in 2012.
Related Terms[edit | edit source]
Terms that may fall under thoughtform include:
Created origin type.
Tulpamancy, which is a specific practice to creating a separate entity in your mind.
Daemonism, which involves creating a representation of your inner dialogue or soul, often in animal form.
Servitors, which are thoughtforms created to do a specific task.