My Personal Journey: Choosing Not to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine

Explore a personal journey of choosing not to take the COVID-19 vaccine, driven by past experiences and a commitment to self-healing


7/23/20232 min read

a vial of the covid-19 vaccine
a vial of the covid-19 vaccine

My Personal Journey: Choosing Not to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine

As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, the topic of vaccination has become a global conversation. While many have chosen to receive the vaccine, I have made a personal decision not to. This is not a stance against vaccines in general, but a personal choice based on my experiences and beliefs.

The Rushed Vaccine and the Power Play

The COVID-19 vaccines, particularly the mRNA ones, were developed in record time. While this is a testament to human ingenuity and the power of modern science, it also raised concerns for me. The speed at which these vaccines were developed and approved was unprecedented, and it made me question the thoroughness of the trials.

Moreover, the intense pressure and coercion for people to get vaccinated was unsettling. Never in history has there been such a forceful push for a vaccine. It felt like a power play, and something about that didn't sit right with me.

A Traumatic Experience with Vaccines

My skepticism towards vaccines is rooted in a personal experience. When I was 24, I visited a doctor for flu symptoms. The doctor, after a peculiar check, decided to give me an HPV vaccine. The aftermath was a painful three-month ordeal where my liver was in constant pain. This experience was so traumatic that I vowed never to get another vaccine in my life. It also led me to lose trust in doctors, and since then, I have only visited them for emergencies.

The Power of Self-Healing

At 31, I was involved in a car accident that resulted in persistent shoulder pain. Despite numerous doctor visits, no one could figure out the problem. The only solutions offered were pain medication and physical therapy.

Unsatisfied with these options, I decided to take matters into my own hands. I did my research and discovered that my liver was severely congested. I found a liver flush procedure and decided to give it a try. After several flushes, not only did my shoulder pain disappear, but I also lost about 20-25 lbs of weight and my acne cleared up.

This experience taught me the power of self-healing and the importance of understanding my own body. Since then, I've been my own doctor, maintaining basic health insurance for emergencies.


Choosing not to take the COVID-19 vaccine is a personal decision, based on my past experiences and my belief in the power of self-healing. I respect the choices of others who have decided to get vaccinated and expect the same respect for my decision.

In the end, we all want the same thing: to stay healthy and safe during these challenging times. Whether we choose to achieve this through vaccination or other means, it's important to remember that we're all in this together.

Please note: This blog post is based on personal experiences and should not be taken as medical advice. Always consult with a healthcare professional for medical advice.