May 6, Reactions: Tiburcio and lv-gras. Chinaski Perchance to dream. Sep 1, 1, 9, I'm thinking that this way is the most likely, but with full suspension rather than partial I'm a very thin man , the main problem I'm facing is knot location for quicker loss of consciousness - really don't fancy a minute or two of pain if l could be out of it within seconds instead.
InaccessibleHour Far from heaven. Sep 1, 95 Tried this last night and a few nights before. Not sure if I'm doing it right and I don't think I am cause my head feels very congested within a few seconds and it's not taking me just a few seconds to pass out which I know it should if you close the carotid just right, as somebody said earlier in this thread.
I also know it's painful enough to go through and just sitting there waiting to pass out you know you've done it wrong or not as good as you could have if you wait to pass out and you don't. Honestly I think the only reason I keep quitting is because the pain just gets too unbearable and I can't keep waiting around when I know I probably never will if I hadn't by then because I know I'm supposed to pass out fairly quickly and let gravity do the rest.
I'd try shuffling around and put more pressure on carotid but whatever I do it never appears to do anything but cause strain and I eventually have to get up to let it wear off. Perhaps I do eventually get the spot I need to be in to pass out quickly but I guess if so it's only once I shuffle around and am only willing to wait a few seconds to pass out, and when I don't and the strain gets too painful I quit again.
Reactions: Tiburcio , NoMore and lv-gras. I've just tested a partial suspension, I'm very cowardly and wanted a more peaceful exit but figured after reading the resources I'd give it a go and see how bothersome it was. I looped a long bath robe belt over a door handle, over the top of the door and into a clumsy slipknot. I tightened this across my carotid artery area and gingerly stepped off a stool to see how it felt. As l did so l bent my knees slightly as my toes touched the ground, leaned in to the knot, and was out in seconds, somewhere between five and ten seconds.
I was in a very weird dream state, am certain l heard music, the rope slipped off the door handle and l hit the deck and came to in a very confused state, took me several seconds to remember where, and even who, l was. Looking at the clock I'm guessing l was out for about 1 minute, so in a way l was lucky as a few more minutes and l may have been a vegetable, but also disappointed that l came so very close to a reasonably peaceful, very quick exit with this test run and now I'm going to have to summon the courage to go again.
Tl;dr: surprisingly easy and painless. NoHope Member. Aug 7, 44 Reintroducing independent suicide doors, Rolls releases the Phantom.
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