It is very interesting to read about experiences with the bulb enema. It is obvious that your preference for style of enema is very much dependent on how the magic started for you. I have never had any real interest in bulbs, and in particular, the idea of repeated cycles of fill and insert seemed rather a clumsy way to deliver the healing solution, but reading some of these posts, has expanded my view.
Out of interest, what is the maximum size that is practicable for a bulb, before the whole thing becomes too clumsy, and secondly, doesn't the constant filling and inserting mean that quite a lot of air gets injected?
As those who might have read some of my posts may know, my experience and preference was and is for the Higginson, which is really a squeeze bulb with a continuous flow. I have never understood why it is less common outside of the U.K. and it's colonies fifty years or more ago.
I now get a sense of the lure of the bulb.