Villa La Angostura

17 Feb 2012


Art of Living volunteers help to rebuilt and clean Villa La Angostura, the tow hurried by ashes.
Since the Puyehue vulcano, located in the Chilean slope of the Andes mountain range in souther tip of Latin America, erupted last year, destroying forests and towns, closing airports for months and leaving people without homes, several cities from Argentina  were burried under  ashes. This natural disaster  caused not only economic chaos but also stress and anxiety amongs thousands.
In June 2011 Villa La Angostura, one of the most beutiful resorts on the slopes of the Andes mountain range, was  declared  disaster zone.
The Art of Living volunteers, took responsibility and travelled over 1300  kilometers to Patagonia to start cleaning and helping. Busses were hired, funds, food, tents, medicine and clothes collects and seva started.
As result of these first campaign Art of Living courses, BWS and meditations were given to the suffering. Entire families lost their jobs and belongings. The lack of food added to the problems and the food provided by the Art of Living was a great relieve.
The 3 day Breath Water Sound was tought to almost the whole town.  Public meditations take place in the open air for the township, and the cleaning process continues. 
More than 1500 people benefited from the help
3 schools were reopen
The hospital was assited
Central Administration was helped
Large donations given 
Many homes cleaned 
In the month of November AOL was declared programme of  Municipal Interest
300 more people benefited from the aid
100 volunteers move to the area
Many more Donations offered
Art Of Living takes permanent presence in Villa La Angostura
A Garden s Festival was organized on behalf of AOL 
Public Meditation guided 
Open public BWS courses and training for make more BWS teachers
And this is only the beginning! People in celebration and gratitude thank Guruji for the guidance!
Join us in this project:
In Villa La Angostura:(+54) (2944) 70-6500
In Buenos Aires: (+54) (11) 5254-3543