Gracie’s Amazing Adventures in YogaLand: Where Everything is Pink AND Perfect

Acharya Sri Khadi Madama

Acharya Sri Khadi Madama

Episode – 19

When Gracie came to, it was because a very loud fog horn that had brought her mind into focus. She found herself on a velvet chaise lounge, a pink velvet chaise lounge! Not anywhere near the school’s library. As she looked around her, she realized that she was inside a beautiful, Victorian cabin. She felt odd. Not at all like she was dressed in her jeans and sweatjacket. An array of pink velvet was spread out over her legs and white leather lace up shoes on her feet. She rubbed her eyes. Maybe she had fallen asleep from studying so hard. Maybe if she rubbed her eyes really hard, she would wake up. Try as she might to explain away her strange relocation, she could not. She was definately awake, definately in a pink velvet Victorian gown and definately on board the Titanic. There was no denying it because next to her on a round marble topped table was a brochure of services offered on board. Now she was hearing things. She heard the voice of Musika coming to her from some hidden realm beyond her immediate surroundings. She heard him say, “You can make things turn out all right”. “Use the tools and gifts you were given by Ganesha”. Gracie suddenly remembered that just before being pulled into the pink vortex she was reading about the collision with the ice berg. A quick look at the Victorian watch pinned to her bodice (it too was pink!) indicated that it was 11:30 P.M. This meant that Gracie had only moments do something to save the ship, her beloved Titanic. But what?

To be continued . . . !

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Author, Speaker and Visionary, Acharya Sri Khadi Madama is the recipient of the Jewel of India Award, in New Delhi in 2009. You may visit her website at www.yourstrulyyogatv.com

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