Two-Day “Gazing Event” Comes to Connecticut
For the last eight years, people across Europe have sought relief from hardship and health issues through the silent gaze of a Croatian man known simply as Braco (pronounced braht-so). More than 200,000 people annually visit Braco at “gazing events”; now he is making his first East Coast tour, appearing nearby at Candlelight Farms in New Milford, Connecticut October 26-27.
“Braco has the unique ability to become a conduit for an energy that positively affects those in his audience,” says Frank Weller, president of Equine Angels Rescue Sanctuary, who is producing the local event. “Braco’s group gazing sessions last five to eight minutes, with impressive results that defy scientific explanation and conventional understanding. His gaze empowers people in their lives.” That power is documented in books, conferences, more than 80 films, and thousands of personal testimonials, Weller says.
Participants must be at least 18 years old, and pregnant women past their first trimester are advised not to attend due to the potency of the energy, Weller says. “It is recommended to bring a photo of children or those who cannot attend, as healing and transformation can occur equally well through this method,” he adds.
Candlelight Farms is located at 214 Candlewood Mountain Rd., New Milford, CT. Outdoor gazing sessions are scheduled hourly, from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m., both days. Tickets cost $8 per session and are available at the door or online at braco.net. For more information, visit braco.net or contact Frank Weller via his website, foalrescue.com.