Dr Robyn Mills www.robynmills.com.au
How would it feel to look into the eyes of a man who gazes unconditional love.
Today I interview Sahaja an amazing woman from Perth who is bringing, Braco to Australia in June 2013.
Many people feel a sense of recognition or familiarity with Braco, (pronounced Braht-so). Perhaps that’s why his mentor gave him this name literally meaning little brother. Braco’s story is interesting. He had never read a spiritual book in his life or shown interest in such matters. At the age of 26, with initial scepticism, he accompanied his mother to see a Serbian prophet and healer named Ivica Prokic. At this time, Braco had a successful business, a Masters in Economics and no shortage of worldly security.
Upon meeting Ivica, something so foundational shifted in him that his previous life fell away in a matter of days. He spent 18 months by Ivica’s side, not learning anything specific, simply being there as a beloved friend. Ivica’s life ended suddenly in an accident, leaving Braco the one to return to Zagreb, Croatia to break the tragic news to his followers.
Upon hearing the news, a mother pushed through the crowd insisting that she had a dream where she was told if he would touch the photo of her child, the child would be helped. This indeed happened and word spread fast that Braco, like Ivica, had a gift. For eight years Braco saw people one-by-one. Eventually the crowds grew so big, something had to change. In Bosnia, where more than 7000 people were waiting, Braco worked 36 hours straight. When he saw there was still a crowd, Braco asked his staff to gather the people and had the inspiration to gaze out over the crowd. From that simple gaze of a few minutes astonishing changes occurred.
Fast-forward 18 years, Braco sees up to 250,000 people a year primarily in Europe and the United States.