Maladaptive Daydreaming: where wild minds come to rest
Have any of you ever heard of tulpamancy? I'm just learning about it, but it sounds a lot like MDD but directed toward healing and spiritual practice, which for us, is ultimately what our daydreaming has become though it's been a fraught journey.
I'm including this article here if you're interested:
I'd be so curious to know if you connect with things in this article and why or why not.
Well, I am more of a scientific mind, but with spiritual needs.
I took a test on the internet some years ago, to understand my spirituality, and I came out "pantheistic": it meant that find a sense of holiness in nature, universe, humans.