[quote=“Azael, post:1, topic:8498”]What exactly is an energy construct?
How do they differ from thoughtforms?[/quote]
A construct is a device.
A thoughtform is a being.
The former is mechanical; it is a machine that runs code. The latter is a being that interprets orders given through a certain innate intelligence.
Constructs are not dynamic entities; they are static and do whatever they were built to do in a deterministic way for as long as they are turned “on”, just as a machine does. Thoughtforms however, are dynamic entities that given loose orders, will interpret those orders and do what they believe those orders entail.
And most importantly, how would I go about creating one?
Thoughtform creation can be covered under servitor creation. Depending on the community, different words means different things, such as in one community “servitor” is an entity with no sentience, while “tulpa” is an entity with full sentience. Other communities may not have the same definitions.
Creating a thoughtform, or servitor, or tulpa, or other definition, is somewhat easy and there are some guides out there with simple instructions. Whats important is that you bring it to life in your mind, shape it, and then imbue it with whatever it needs to be imbued with, such as intelligence, ability to choose or consider options, etc.
Constructs are more mechanical. Youll build one like you would a computer program, specifying exactly what you want the device to do at any given moment. The amount of “intelligence”, or more apt, AI, you give it, is strictly determined by how complex you code it.
An advanced construct could be mistaken for a servitor/tulpa in its dynamicism, but just like in “real” life, the image of intelligence and decision making (in machines) is only an illusion, and in truth it is only complex code execution.
Creating either should be handled carefully, and with seriousness.
Just my thoughts.