Braco - Gazing Hourly

Braco - Gazing Hourly

Postby Nuit » 14 Apr 2011, 09:14

Croatian Super-Healer Braco unexplainably heals with his gaze alone. He does not ever speak during a healing

Ok, it was a toss-up between Fun & Games and here, but the sun is shining and I'm feeling charitable. Braco is a professional gazer, he stands on a stage and looks at you. You look back, and become enveloped in his aura.

What a dude. So simple. So effortless.

And very smart to call himself a Gazer rather than a Starer. Staring implies rudeness, gazing is just that much more mystical.
I wonder how one starts off in that business. Are there failed gazers out there, ones who tried, who booked venues, but the people who came said "Sorry mate, but I'm just not feeling anything here", "Your gaze, don't get me wrong, but it's just not right."

And are long hair and robes de rigueur? The nod-to-the-Son-of-God look.

It's raining again here. I'm rising up like a beautiful bubble to the surface.

A wicked wind whips up the hill, a handful of hopeful words.
I was what you would call seriously strung out.
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Re: Braco - Gazing Hourly

Postby Tempo Gain » 14 Apr 2011, 10:10

It's a SNL sketch or something right?

"God made man But he used the monkey to do it Apes in the plan We're all here to prove it I can walk like an ape Talk like an ape I can do what a monkey can do God made man But a monkey supplied the glue"
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Re: Braco - Gazing Hourly

Postby Dr. McCoy » 14 Apr 2011, 10:24

If he burned that picture into that fence with his eyes I wouldn't mess with him.
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