The MRI results of your cervical spine are relatively benign for the most part. You do have several disc bulges but it doesn't state that any of them are impinging on nearby nerve roots. I encourage you to make an appointment to go over the results and the films with your doctor as you both can look at the images together to see if there are any nerve impingements.
You do have the starting stages of osteoarthritis (i.e., mild facet degeneration). This can cause significant pain especially as the osteoarthritis worsens over time. There are several different types of spinal injections that can help with the pain caused by osteoarthritis and I would encourage you to explore treatment options with your physician.
Very minimal and minimal could be terms defined by the amount of bulge present usually measured in mm. Very minimal would have the smallest bulge range and minimal is the next tier up in measurements of the bulge in mm. Hope that makes sense.
Wishing you more days with less pain. Take care.