|By PR Newswire||
|November 8, 2012 11:25 AM EST||
NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- "Braco" (pronounced brah'-tzo), a Croatian man with unceasing commitment to helping people in countries worldwide, and whose work has garnered International critical acclaim, has been selected to be the featured guest for a special United Nations Staff Recreation Council (SRC) event sponsored by the Society for Enlightenment and Transformation. The invitation-only event is taking place Friday, November 16, 2012 from 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Tillman Chapel, Church Center for the United Nations, located at First Avenue and 44th Street. Emmy-Award winning musician Jim Oliver will be performing as special guest for the event.
During the presentation, Keynote speakers Denise Scotto, Esq., Executive Committee Member, Society for Enlightenment and Transformation; and Deborah Moldow, Representative to the United Nations, World Peace Prayer Society and Co-Director, Evolutionary Leaders Project of the Source of Synergy Foundation; will highlight Braco's work over 17 years which has served to better lives and offer renewed hope to people in many countries including Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland, Denmark, Israel, Japan and the United States. The speakers will address ways that Braco's gift may present new opportunities in global peace-making initiatives. "I am particularly grateful that Braco has chosen to share his gift with the United Nations community at this time when there is an urgent cry for healing on all levels," said Moldow. During the special event, United Nations Staff, Representatives of UN Accredited NGO's and Mission Members to the UN will have the opportunity to collectively experience the gift that Braco offers through his silent gaze.
About Braco's Silent Gaze
When attending a live-gazing session, a potential interaction takes place between Braco and his visitors, which has been reported to better many people's lives. Countless visitors, including doctors and scientists, have called Braco's gift "extraordinary". Since 1998, over 90 documentary films have been produced in Europe and the U.S. to detail personal accounts of transformation that have resulted from Braco's loving gaze.
Harmonizing body, mind and spirit, Braco's gift is viewed by many as being profoundly uplifting to individuals and communities wishing for change and presenting them a new foundation for peace and unity.
Braco is no guru or religious leader. He has no philosophy or dogma nor wants any to worship him. In fact, well-known leaders around the world applaud Braco and his aid to all, no matter creed, race, social strata or ideology. His sole purpose is sharing his gift with the people, wherever he is invited.
Braco wraps up his U.S. Fall tour with a public event in New York City taking place Saturday, November 17 and Sunday, November 18 at the New Yorker Hotel, 481 Eighth Avenue (at 34th St.), New York City. Braco gazing sessions are scheduled to take place from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., beginning each hour. Each session lasts 35 minutes. Thousands are expected to participate.
Other U.S. Fall tour cities include: Los Angeles, CA – November 10-11
Chicago, IL – November 14-15
For more information about Braco, please visit http://www.braco.net/.
If you'd like more information about this news, or to schedule an interview, please contact Claudia Vitulich by calling 216-470-5500 or by email at Claudia@braco.net
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