When Gracie awoke, she found that she was laying on top of her bed, on top of the X17 Deluxe Yoga Mat. She awoke because the phone was ringing again. Not the little mobile phone but the other phone, the one that was from the 1950’s, the pink Princess phone. The one that was in the closet. At least it was whenever it needed to ring. It was NOT there whenever Gracie tried to find it on purpose, but she had since given up trying to make any sense out of any of the non-sense that seemed to have taken over her life since the pink glitter first appeared.
Entering back into her room to collect her X17 Deluxe Yoga Mat and her backpack, Gracie did a double take on what she saw, for right in front of her was a huge pink snake wearing a gold turban on its head with a pink jewel in the center of the turban. The snake was so big that it’s body was curled up 4 feet high and took up almost half of what was left of the floor of Gracie’s room, except that it was sitting inside a huge basket. The kind of basket usually seen in pictures of snake charmers. Next to it on the floor was a shiny silver saucer of pink milk with pats of pink butter floating in it. Gracie backed right up into the wall at the sight of this new visitor, but when it spoke, it had a very sweet female voice, introducing herself and saying “Good Morning Little One, I’m Bhujangyina Deva, the Queen, wisest, and kindest of all of the snakes”. Bhujangyina then gracefully stretched her body down to the saucer and drank some milk and butter.
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