The COVID-19 vaccine – not ideal but practical solution 

Question: There is a lot of information in the independent media in which scientists criticize genetically engineered vaccines as completely unsafe for the human body. It is reported that after a vaccine developed through genetic engineering, the human body loses almost absolute immunity from other diseases. What is the real situation?


Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2021 Webinar for Russia – Overcoming the consciousness of superiority and the sense of being unwhole, traumatized and focused outside oneself.

It has already been demonstrated by the millions of people who have been vaccinated that the body does not lose all immunity from other diseases. Otherwise, these people would have started dying in numbers that could not be ignored, so it is not entirely correct to say this.

You need to recognize here that a vaccine, whether it is for COVID-19 or any other disease whatsoever, is not an ideal solution. We have talked before about vaccines and said that, again, there are certain practical realities. And, of course, as you move into the golden age and have more spiritual-based medicine, vaccines will become unnecessary.

But there has been a period of time here where due to the level of consciousness, due to the advancement, or lack of advancement of science, vaccines were a practical necessity in order to prevent these very contagious diseases.

It is clear that a vaccine does affect the body. If it had no effect on the body, it could not help protect the body against the disease. Anything that is artificial that affects the body can have side effects—for some people more severely than others, so nothing is completely ideal.

But again, you need to look at the practical reality. You need to look at the number of people who have died as a result of COVID-19 and the number of people who have survived but who have lingering long-term side effects of this. You simply need to look at this somewhat dubious concept of the greater good. Are the advantages of vaccinating people greater than what you would get if you did not vaccinate and simply allowed this very contagious disease to run its course?

And even on an individual level, except for these blood clots that have been determined, I would say that for most people (and again, there can be individual differences), but for most people, the effects of the vaccine are far less than would be the long-term effects of contracting the disease.

I would still, in general, recommend people to get vaccinated. But of course, there is no guarantee. Therefore, you can tune in individually. If you feel a strong, intuitive urge not to get vaccinated or not to get vaccinated with a certain type of vaccine, then follow your inner prompting. But unless you have a strong, intuitive urge not to do so, then the advantages of the vaccine will outweigh the effects of contracting the disease.

 

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