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Opening to Love - New Angea Blend

Posted by Meg Shehad on

Opening to Love is every one's right. To be loved and to love is what we all want. This blend will prepare you so that you can have just that.

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Anger and Love in a Spirit Full Life

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Love is great, we want it in abundance; anger is not so great. Love we cherish, anger we  dismiss. Refined, spiritually oriented, people do not show their anger, they find ways to repress or redress it with a smile. A person who is refined does not allow themselves to become angry. Love, peace and calm are hallmarks of a mature, spirit full life.  Displays of anger only lessen the prestige of the individual and often there is need for apology. As I see it, this a common point of perspective in Gaia. Yet there is another viewpoint. In Angea, anger is seen as one...

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Anger in Angea

Posted by Meg Shehad on

Anger is a wonderful, powerful emotion. Yeah yeah yeah aren't we suppose to rise up and not get angry. Isn't that what good people do? No, good people can get angry. It is what you do with the anger that counts. Let's take a moment and really look at anger and how we want to use it in our Angea.  Anger does three things. It tells the truth, it lets you know that there are boundary issues, and it empowers you to do the impossible. This is the positive manifestation of anger. The negative is it lets you know that you...

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Compassion in Angea

Posted by Meg Shehad on

The way to move forward is to find a way to honor everyone with compassion. This does not mean that you have to love everyone but have an open heart to all. This is our greatest challenge as we move forward and the only way out of the stalemate that appears in front of us.

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Truth - Angea

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          What is the truth? In America since we are immersed in the need to punish, we often don't find the truth. Let me explain. There is a failure model, of being, that most of us accept. It is the way we were raised and the way we raise our children. We do not realize how damaging this system is. We accept that it is the (only) way to raise good people. Here is an example. Mother bakes chocolate chip cookies Monday afternoon for a treat after dinner. The child knows that mother bakes them on Monday....

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