Just to encourage you, On Strike USAexpat. Following the vaxxed people around me, the first months there are emotional and other effects, subtle ones, but after about 3 months, people, depending on their positive orientation, start recovering their individual vibe. They start to get back to volunteering at their favourite places, seem to love things again and not just be phoning it in. It's like life returning. The symptom I noticed in the early stages is there isn't a heart-felt engagement in important activities, like a loss of gumption or love of something.Yep. Wife and I are in the 1.2 million or so group (out of 19 million ) that has not been vaccinated. Beginning November 1, we cannot travel more than 200 km on public transport without a PCR test. The health minister the other week lied and directly blamed the unjabbed for the continuing new surge in cases. If forced in order to just get around the country much less be able to travel outside or leave the country, we will opt for the conventional virus inactivated Sinovac. But then the boosters come in to play and they want anyone who took Sinovac to receive boosters of different technology, namely Pfizer or Astrazeneca. At this rate, my wife will be probably be jabbed in one to two months and I can probably hold out till next year depending on if my family in the States need me to travel there for some urgent situation. I am stocked with all the important supplements but fear they may not be enough to mitigate the damage of the jabs.
Practically speaking, why would the booster push be needed? The first and second shot have effects that are fleeting, probably at every level. So it is worth fearing it, but on the other hand, be open to noticing what you do to engage with the world positively and that seems to be an important part of recovery, not letting parts of yourself surreptitiously slip away.
Meditation, breathing, other uplift, as it helps when any kind of attack that is upon us, seem like they need to be part of the medicinal protocols.