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Regular Guy "Braco" Healing Masses in Europe
Date:5/24/2010

Now American Crowds See How Silent Gaze Helps Them Feel Better

Los Angeles (PRWEB) May 24, 2010 -- He's no guru. And he’s not selling a philosophy, a religion, or telling you how to live. Actually, he’s mute in public and has been for seven years. Still the stories surrounding this young Croatian have spawned hundreds of thousands all over Europe lining up hours to spend a few minutes in his silent gaze.

Braco, (pronounced Braht-zoh), was as surprised as anyone when this ability to heal came upon him after the sudden death of his friend, Serbian prophet/healer, Ivica Prokic, fifteen years ago. In fact, Braco thought it crazy when from the crowd mourning Ivica, a mother pushed forward and insisted if Braco would touch the photo of her child, Braco could help the boy.

When many pictures were instantly offered for Braco’s healing touch he was then quoted as feeling “stupid, but I touched them anyway” to show them differently. But then the child in the picture was miraculously healed, as were others that day. Word spread fast Braco had the gift of healing, too.

It wasn’t long before crowds became so massive something had to give. One night in Bosnia, after working 36 hours straight touching the people one by one, Braco saw 300 were still waiting outside the door. It then occurred to him if he could simply gaze out over the lot of them it might have the same effect, so asking friends to gather the crowd, he was inspired to make the first “gazing.” And it worked. From that simple gaze of a few minutes astonishing, spontaneous transformations occurred.

Up to 10,000 a day now see Braco in Eastern Europe, Germany, Italy, Austria, and Switzerland. This past April, Braco came to LA at the invitation of actress/filmmaker Jane Sibbett (“Friends”) to meet a word-of-mouth (no publicity) SRO crowd the first
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