When: Friday, September 20, 2019. Time: 7:30 pm -10:00 pm. Where: Unity in Marin, 200 Palm Drive, Novato, CA. Entry Fee: $20 in advance through Unity in Marin website or $25 at the door (no one will be turned away for lack of funds).
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In September 4, 2013, at 1:00 am, when she was 47 years old, Virginia Jablonski’s heart stopped. She had unintentionally overdosed on prescribed opioids for chronic pain.
“I woke up, and felt someone touching me. Then I left my body, and found myself in a bright White Light. There was a giant tree there, and a man. He had on a white robe with a blue tunic over it. Somehow I knew the man was Jesus. In the distance I could also see a dozen or so other beings in white robes. I thought they must be angels.
“Jesus extended his hand to me. He said, “You have suffered enough. Your life is over. Come with me.” Then he said I could choose to stay or go back to my life on earth.
“It was very tempting to stay. But then I thought, “Who will take care of my husband?” Then I looked back and I saw animals who needed me. I felt there was something important I needed to accomplish on earth. So--I chose to return. As soon as I had this thought, I found myself back in my body. In the morning I told my husband what had happened.”
Ginny knew that she had to discontinue taking opioids if she wanted to live. She researched a variety of religious philosophies and alternative healing modalities and traveled extensively to receive healing from many "masters." By January 2015 Ginny was able to completely break free of all opioid prescription medications.
During this time she realized that she could see various types of energy around humans and animals, and she was able to communicate with animals and non-physical spirits telepathically. She began to work as a psychic medium and animal communicator, specializing in working with traumatized animals.
Recently, Ginny has become active in lobbying at the state(s) and federal level regarding the opioid crisis. She continues to reach out to various groups with her story in an effort to support the field of chiropractic medicine and other naturopathic healing modalities in the hopes that we can limit the use of unnecessary prescription drugs in our country.