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Braco in Australia: Transform with the gaze of pure unconditional love & peace

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Braco is an international phenomenon that defies a simple explanation for his remarkable ability to transmit a force, energy or gift of some kind by silently gazing at groups of people live in person or through the internet. He has been described as a healer, a mystic, a catalyst, a transformer, and other positive labels by the 200,000 people or more that visit him each year around the world to receive some benefit through his gazing.

“He adopts none of these descriptive labels and goes by the simple name of “Braco,” which means little brother in his native Croatian”


(Michael Salla)

Today Dr Robyn Mills (PhD)  interviews  Claudia Karrenbauer and Dr. Michael Salla (PhD), It is very exciting to have Braco in Melbourne Australia on the weekend of the 25th - 27th  of April at the Melbourne Show Grounds. Sydney would be May 23-25 and Perth October 16-19.

Knowing Braco`s gift for about 5 years now, Claudia Karrenbauer MA, has witnessed remarkable transformations and enrichment in her own life and heard the same from many others from across the globe. Being on the spiritual path since her early twenties, she has also successfully worked in the corporate world for more than 20 years. The impact of what Braco shares with the people deeply moves her to support Braco`s work. Claudia is responsible for the organization of Braco`s international schedule. She and her family have their home in Germany.


Michael Salla has taught international peace and conflict resolution at American University and George Washington University, in Washington DC. He has authored/edited four books and has had over 70 articles published on the topics of ethnic conflict and international peace. He has a Ph.D. in government from the University of Queensland, Australia.