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GILBERT, Ariz. -

Some people in the east valley sought out healing Tuesday, not from a doctor -- but from a man named Braco.

He's internationally known as a mystic who heals people by simply staring at them.

Some of his followers claim to have been cured of cancer and other serious illnesses after Braco stared at them.

People in Gilbert paid to be stared at -- and our cameras were there for one of the sessions.

The sessions lasted 35 minutes and he was doing them from 11 a.m. Tuesday to 7 p.m. Tuesday. This took place at the DoubleTree Hotel in Gilbert.

We wanted to talk to Braco, but he does not give interviews during his sessions, so we spoke to one of his aides who travels the world with him

"When I met Braco I wanted to check him out. Can this be real and concrete and genuine? So I sat there looked into his gaze and I could feel something in my body," said Claudia Karrenbauer, Braco's aide.

"I had a lot of pain in my body and after 3 weeks of Braco's gaze it was all gone … He started gazing, people they would feel something in bodies and after, talk about transformations in their lives, physically emotionally, financial issues, whatever."

He's holding sessions all day Wednesday and then returns to the valley in May.

Sessions with Braco
DoubleTree Phoenix-Gilbert Hotel
1800 S. SanTan Village Parkway
Gilbert, AZ
February 26-27, 2013
Tuesday & Wednesday
www.braco.net/introduction-to-braco

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