Braco Returns to Indianapolis: Braco at the Ritz Charles Carmel
Jun 02, 2013 08:37PM
Braco (pronounced Braht-zo), the Croatian native who was recently credited by the United Nations Community for his humanitarian commitment, will return to our area to conduct separate, 35-minute group sessions at the beginning of each hour from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., June 26 and 27, at the Ritz Charles Carmel. For 17 years, he has been making a unique contribution to peace and human transformation throughout Europe, and more recently, in the United States and Japan.
Attendees gather to experience Braco’s silent gaze that offers an extraordinary interaction, an experience documented by thousands to affect transformation in their lives. This gaze has been reported by many to awaken and realign one`s natural state of balance and harmony. Visitors touched by it often experience positive changes both during and after a session.
Braco started sharing his special gift in group sessions eight years ago; before that, he met visitors individually. According to some of the 90 documented videos about Braco, up to 300,000 people attended group gazing sessions last year alone. Many visitors, including some doctors and scientists, have called Braco’s gift “extraordinary”, noting his ability to awaken a higher state of consciousness in people during group sessions. Organizers say Braco receives no income from session fees and that proceeds are used to cover travel and event production costs.