Be Amazed and Transformed by Braco’s Gaze




Braco

Braco’s gaze will touch visitors with peace, silence and hope October 29 and 30 at the Music Institute of Chicago, in Evanston, with eight, 35-minute sessions daily, on the hour from noon to 7 p.m. A gifted healer, Braco does not teach, talk or diagnose to give treatments—he simply gazes in silence and offers his gift to visitors. Attendees say that amazing transformations occur, and many people find new power, vitality and a zest for life as a result of their experience.

Braco frequently tours Europe, Asia, Australia, Russia and a number of books about his phenomenon have been published. In person, Braco holds his peace—without talking or offering explanations—focusing completely on his life-task to give and to help.


Cost is $8 per session. No one under 18 or women more than three months pregnant admitted. $5 all-day parking at Best Western. Location: 1490 Chicago Ave. For more information, call 808-328-0999. Buy tickets at Braco.net.

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