Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/17/2014 -- At Eco Truly Park and the Eco Village, the lifestyle is simple. The creators of this new community have started an ecological, philosophical and artistic project based on the efforts of individuals who want to gain a clearer idea of what it takes to lead a harmonious life.
For individuals seeking a change or an opportunity to make a difference, Eco Truly Park’s project might be exactly what they are looking for.
Here, visitors will meet tourists, volunteers and resident volunteers who are interested in spreading awareness of ecological living, vegetarianism and a love of nature. They can take a guided tour of the Eco Village, visit the organic vegetable garden and take part in inbound yoga classes, cook, bake and make pastry, assist in the art workshop and may even have opportunities to help in the reconstruction of ecological buildings and artwork in the Yoga Planetario. A volunteer’s duties are different than those of the resident volunteers or those who call the area surrounding Eco Truly Park their home.
To spread the message, the residents of Eco Truly Park are looking for people to come here who are basically open-minded and want to practice tolerance, compassion and patience. There is a Bhakti Yoga monastery in the Eco Truly Park and most of the residents follow the spiritual principles of Vaisnavism.
A visit of at least two weeks is recommended along with at least four hours a day of volunteer work for individuals to have the full experience of Eco Truly Park. Visitors stay in the park’s hostel with separate shared rooms for men and women. Individual rooms are available in the hostel, at a cost to the volunteer.
Individuals could work in a variety of areas – maintenance and cleaning, teaching yoga, transportation, construction, biohuerto, gardening, cooking, baking and making pastry. There’s something for everyone to experience and enjoy at Eco Truly Park.
About Eco Truly Park
Eco Truly Park is a beautiful Peruvian Pacific coast ecological, artistic community founded on Vaisnava principles, strategically located on Chacra y Mar beach, a district of Aucallama, in the province of Huaral, one hour by bus or car (63 km) north of the capital city, Lima. The residents live together according to principles of non-violence, simple living and elevated thinking, and visitors can learn and experience how it is possible to live happily in harmony with nature, others, and themselves. To learn more, visit http://volunteer.ecotrulypark.org/.