My attempt to create a Braco Healing Gaze video for myself got me in a bit of hot water. Unfortunately, I did not login to my YouTube account for 6 days after I posted the video, so I wasn’t aware of the request to remove it from Jane Sibbett, the producer of the most recent English Braco videos.
What I did was used about 1.5 minutes from another fan’s Healing Braco Gaze video and repeated it a number of times to equal about 9 minutes of gazing. I made one with a nice sound track from Raphael’s Music to Disappear Into II (Surrender) and I made a second one with no music (play your own; I had in mind a Theta brain wave track, personally).
It was up on YouTube about six days and garnered over 500 views and over 200 views respectively. Today I logged into my YouTube account and saw the messages from Jane (and several from people thanking me for the video). I have heard that YouTube becomes like a social website (is one?) where you have to be regular, or perish.. and now I believe it.
I certainly never wanted to do anything against Braco’s wishes!
Jane Sibbett wrote a very gracious letter asking me to remove the two videos and said that she was writing at Braco’s request. (Please forgive me, Braco! I’m sorry.) She said that Braco was told guidelines by Spirit for his gazing live, in DVDs and online. For DVDs and online, the gazing is not to be shown for more than 7 seconds. Anyone who films or produces for Braco would know this.
So I have removed the videos and have made a short video about this 7-second guideline in the hopes that other Braco fans will honor his requests. It seems there are a number of videos with footage from live events which is being used without permission from Braco.
Personally, from my experience originally watching the 1.5 min gazing on YouTube and manually restarting it for about 10 repeats, I hope that Spirit will eventually allow longer gazing DVDs so more people can experience Braco’s gift. I really think it can come through video format also.