I love all the debate action happening on the vaccination topic. It’s a hot button for a lot of people and the reason behind all that emotion ? Fear.
These kinds of intense conversations are long overdue – they should be a hotly debated topic instead of a passively accepted norm. Its time to expand and evolve our thinking about our bodies and how we move through the world – maybe we will start to understand on a different level how magnificent our bodies really are.
As a Homeopath, I have a different perspective then other medical practitioners as I see all the children who are NOT vaccinated. They are the healthiest people in my practice. I have been in practice for 16 years and have observed children grow up, travel, be exposed to school and life and still – they continue to be the healthiest people in my practice.
Why does it make a difference in health to avoid vaccines? I think that families that choose this way of living , are as a result, more mindful of quality of food, rest, stimulation and provide alternative kinds of care to their children. Perhaps the simple fact that a lot of family doctors hassle parents about not vaccinating makes them want to avoid going to the doctor. This lack of care allows them to seek out alternatives to antibiotics and drug therapies that are so casually provided to babies and young children.
I have had a lot of inquiries about homeopathic vaccine protocols and here is my response: this is not homeopathy. Why assume your child will be susceptible to a disease before they even encounter it? Why believe that your child will not be able to manage it if they do happen to accept it into their bodies?
If and when they do get a disease, then there are homeopathic remedies to treat it. But it is not necessary or useful to give a remedy until the person has symptoms to prescribe on. Doesn’t that make sense?
I feel like a change is coming, vaccination lectures are always our most popular seminars, so many people have thoughts and questions on this topic. You aren’t alone in you’re wondering and it’s really o.k. to explore ideas and options before you make decisions. Trust yourself.