My Covid-19 Vaccine Decision

As a healthcare worker, I have the opportunity to get the Covid-19 vaccine. I am surprised at how fast this vaccine has arrived. So, now it means that I have to make a decision. I gave myself a few days to decide before I had to email the nurse manager my decision.

There are a lot of controversies around the experimental Covid-19 vaccine. I am not going to discuss them. I understand how vaccines work, so I am informed. But I also need to listen to my intuition (or gut feeling). I decided not to get the Covid-19 vaccine at this time. My main reason is that I am worried about immediate side effects (I have a shellfish allergy) and the long-term side effects. There are no long-term studies on this Covid-19 vaccine (it is not approved by the FDA). Once you get the vaccine, there’s no going back. Remember, everything is energy.

After I made my decision, I emailed my nurse manager. I felt relieved, and this is a good sign that I made the right decision. As a healthcare worker, I feel pressure to get the Covid-19 vaccine.

In my last blog post, I wrote about being a sovereign being. Ultimately no one can control me. With the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has placed more rules and control on society. Humans need to “be in the world but not of the world.” As spiritual beings, life on this planet is a journey – not a destination.

There is light and dark in this world, just like the dualities of night and day. Right now, it’s of crucial importance to be the light in this world.

I am sending love and light to you.

Namaste, world.

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