1. The wish never to have been (natally preventive): Mä phynai
1.1 Egoistic: Oh would that I had never been born – life is, for me, unbearable.
1.2 Altruistic: Forgive me for having been born – I am unbearable for others.
1.3 Altruistic symbolic self-renunciation: Had I never existed, then this non-existence might have been part and parcel of a different setting of history’s points: a setting of the points which might possibly have involved also the non-occurrence of history’s terrible genocides.
2.1 Hypnophilic: Sleep as an abolition of conscious existence (a temporary one, indeed, but one that is accorded by Nature every night and one that is striven for and willingly extended and savoured by those to whom it is accorded).
2.2 Consumption of narcotics etc.: Striven-for shadowings of the self within a spectrum that stretches from mere dimming of our consciousness into the very antechamber of suicide (suicidal lifestyle).
Voluntary practice of various types of extreme sport and semi-voluntary exercise of professions with high mortality rates.
4.1. Wishful longing for one’s own natural death (passive death)
4.2. Suicide (active realization of the wish not to exist)
 The basic idea for this schema comes from Guido Kohlbecher.