Vaccination – why do we react?

by Judith Andras, health practitioner and store manager, Germany. 

I have been vaccinated recently (for tetanus/diphtheria/polio/pertussis). And I would like to share here about adverse reactions, as there is so much discussion about this.

Initially I felt resistant to vaccination and I avoided the subject, see my previous blog about this: Vaccination – more than just self-protection.

I chose to vaccinate because I felt that it was the responsible decision to make, for the whole community.

After I had the injection, my arm was hurting and releasing a lot. What it felt like was something very old had been stored there and was now being released.

Infectious diseases are from the old era – when they were a real life threat and people died from theses diseases like flies. Today – thanks to vaccination and improved hygiene – this threat is no longer our main health concern. Infectious diseases now account for 10% of all deaths, much less than in the past.

By saying YES to vaccination I felt like I was saying YES to humanity, YES to clearing the old energy that I was holding onto, that had kept me feeling separate. I feel like I had kept myself aloof, somewhat standing back from fully participating in life – by avoiding vaccination I could keep that illusion up and preserve the bubble that was holding me separate from other people. It felt like a protection.

It felt as though when I got vaccinated this whole package was released and my body had to clear it. So five days after the vaccination I got the flu and had to stay in bed for two weeks.

Now you could argue, as many do, that vaccination is bad for you, because I got sick afterwards, as it seemed somehow related.

I feel it was a blessing – an opportunity for my body to clear old energy – something (a lot of disregard for myself and other people) I had denied looking at and held onto and which was well overdue to be released.

My feeling is that the adverse reactions people experience after vaccination may not just be related to the vaccination itself, but – as in my case – they may be clearing an old energy we have been holding in our bodies. And so vaccination, as with so many things in life that seem like a problem on the surface, can be a blessing, and another opportunity for us to heal and make more space in our bodies for the love that we truly are.

465 thoughts on “Vaccination – why do we react?

  1. I have chosen to have vaccinations throughout my life, however I do feel concerned that mercury and formaldehyde can occasionally still be ‘discreetly’ in some vaccines.

  2. Many people see vaccinations as a personal choice from a completely self point of view, however there is a much bigger picture – everyone we come in to contact with, for me that’s where my responsibility is, for myself and others.

  3. I haven’t considered the clearing effects of vaccinations before reading this. It makes total sense and takes responsibility to another level when we consider doing it for everyone and not just ourselves.

  4. Thank you Judith, I have had a niggling feeling about getting a tetanus injection and your blog has inspired me to contact the doctors surgery where apparently there is a form to fill in and a nurse available to talk about what the details of this procedure are and what tetanus is about. She can also look at my notes and check my history as this vaccination is only given ten times in one’s life.

  5. This is a wonderful thought provoking article about vaccination. Thanks Judith. When you realise that illness and disease and the healing cycle the body goes through is far bigger than the physical body fighting a virus or a symptom, what you propose about the opportunity for healing old patterns and imprints through vaccination makes absolute sense.

  6. It is interesting to read when someone writes that they are grateful for getting sick so that it gives them the chance to clear old patterns of energy from their bodies and then feel more expanded for having taken the time to heal – if more people saw illness and disease like this our relationship with our bodies and getting ill would change our whole perspective of life.

  7. Vaccinations sometimes brings up other things that we need to deal with to the surface, anything from a rash to getting flu after a flu jab, and although it is inconvenient do we ever appreciate what our body is actually doing for us, as it brings up things that need to be cleared out of our system, before they turn into something much bigger and more severe.

    1. I agree, we only see disease as a nuisance or like a curse or punishment, but what if disease helps us to clear old patterns and unloving choices? Accepting disease as a support to heal the disregard we have lived is a great way forward and can help us to make more loving choices.

      1. Once again spot on Judith – we cannot see illness as a nuisance or punishment as this works against the body’s natural rhythms and cycles. It is a blessing, even though it might not feel like it at the time!

  8. That is really a positive way to look at vaccination Judith. I love it what you have shared, as your body’s reaction to your vaccination seems to be more like a gift than an illness which should be challenged. Your blog is an invitation for people, allowing them to questioning their own view on it: “And so vaccination, as with so many things in life that seem like a problem on the surface, can be a blessing, and another opportunity for us to heal and make more space in our bodies for the love that we truly are.”

  9. Thank you Judith – it is the resistance that causes the damage. I recognize the resistance myself of being negative with vaccination in the past. As indeed it can cause you to be sick for a few days or weeks, but I never took the time to truly ponder on what this vaccination is really telling me. All I could feel by resigning or resisting a vaccine, my withdrawal from my responsibility and relationship with humanity.
    BUT actually I started, since I commit to The Way of The Livingness, my religion, to feel my responsibility and the possibility of effecting another by an illness or disease whilst having the opportunity to protect myself and so others – It started to intrigue me, that because I love my body and people – I need this vaccine and it is actually a very good thing.

  10. Thank you Judith for your sharing here – I have to agree with what you are sharing in the sense that I feel every illness, disease or condition that appears for any one of us to deal with, is actually a blessing in disguise in that it allows us to shed those things we have accumulated that do not serve us.

  11. Of course needles can be horrible and our bodies can react badly but it’s true, it’s part of our responsibility towards other people to keep up to date with our vaccinations. I love that if you look at the bigger picture and how infectious diseases can kill people then it makes sense – why would you not choose to care for yourself and others in that way?

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