Teal Swan Exposed

Updates

• New “About” page: Recently, it came to our attention that some false accusations were about us, and misinformation. Therefore, we figured it would be a good idea to set the record straight by publishing an “About” page. It includes information about who we are; our motivations; peace, privacy and security for former friends and exs, followers, critics and us; our aliases; our social media presence, citing content; endorsements and more. Read…

• New Video Exposé:Spiritual Teacher” Teal Swan’s Ritual Abuse Story Investigated


Introduction: “Spiritual leader” Teal Swan presents herself as an inspiration to her followers as someone who has overcome alleged childhood satanic ritual abuse, and with that, she believes she is a qualified therapist and “revolutionary”, on the same level as historical leaders, giving her an edge over conventional medicine and therapy. Read Teal’s “Psychotherapy”. Teal has mentioned how death would be relief to her, has a history of self-harm, and suicide attempts. She has suggested to her followers that suicide is an option, while stating, “I’m not going to advocate for suicide.” She has used inappropriate and suggestive language to convince guests that they are unhappy living, she has glorified death and suicide, projected thoughts, feelings, and beliefs onto guests such as “You are not committed to life.” Read Preoccupation With Death & Suicide.

There is considerable evidence of “spiritual teacher” Teal Swan, displaying behavior that is characteristic of a cult leader, due to the numerous statements she has made throughout her media. Teal claims to be “authentic”, “transparent” and the leader of an “Authenticity Movement”, yet reveals more about herself than she intends. Read Cult Warning Signs. She describes herself as a “Self-Help Expert” and “Leader of the New Age”, yet has verbatim plagiarized from a number of authors and resource websites. For a “spiritual leader”, Teal’s lack of ethics is extremely concerning. Read Teal’s Plagiarism.

What would we like to see happen with Teal? Choose a talent such as writing non-fiction and earn a living that way.

Latest Blogs

support

Support and resources for former followers of Teal and other gurus. Although this website focuses on Teal Swan, I hope this blog might be useful for anyone who once followed a guru or leader or organisation that they now believe was harmful, and needs support to process and recover from that experience. Please remember that you are not alone: there are and have been many people who have had difficult, unfortunate, or even harmful or abusive experiences with problematic leaders and groups. It is, sadly, an old story. Read more…

headoutofass

Teal Swan plagiarized from her former publisher, received complements, while cult leader behavior seeps through. Teal copied Louise Hay’s obituary from the Hay House Publishing website, tweaked a few words, inserted herself into it, omitted a few sentences, and presented it as her own “honoring” of Louise Hay’s life. She posted the slightly reworked piece from Hay House to her Facebook group, Teal Tribe. She also published an accompanying Instagram video. Teal’s edits sum her up. Read more…

Teal Swan Is InAuthentic

Unapologetic Teal Swan shaming blog, exposing her deceit and bad behavior. “Spiritual teacher” Teal Swan, the self-proclaimed, “Leader of an Authenticity Movement”, reveals herself as not the self-aware and authentic person she claims to be. Included on this page are blogs Teal has written about people without their consent. Some of the blogs she was pressured to remove, and others are still published (all private information is redacted). It’s sad to say that the following excerpts are just examples; her videos are not included. Also included, are Teal’s satanic ritual abuse story blogs that she removed due to (we suspect), being questioned about the discrepancies of her story. Read more…

born-lead

Apparently, “spiritual teacher” Teal Swan was born to lead humanity. Teal & Blake’s shady marketing. Teal, and her then marketing manager, now COO, Blake Dyer, had high hopes from the start for “The Spiritual Catalyst”. They launched an aggressive marketing campaign during Spring of 2011. This campaign included writing articles under false names, as well as leaving comments for those same articles, praising Teal. Blake also posed as an adoring fan of Teal’s by commenting on her early YouTube videos. Read more…

coverfame

Cult Warning Sign: Teal Swan’s Love of Admiration – the evidence. Genuine celebrities working in the entertainment industry, don’t tend to refer to themselves as “celebrities”. But Teal, the self-proclaimed “leader of the new age”, does. She frequently describes herself as one, even using the hashtag #celebrity on her Instagram posts. She loves reminding her followers of her “fame”. Her followers are her “fans”, her community is her “entourage” and her workshops are “performances.” Read more…

mirror cover

Teal Swan claims she is a “Universal Reflector” – the ultimate mirror for humanity. “Spiritual teacher” Teal Swan claims she is a “universal reflector” for her upcoming event called “The Mirror”. This self-proclamation, is in addition to the already exhaustive list of grandiose titles she has bestowed upon herself. Teal has a history of using these titles in lieu of any valid credentials in psychology. She is presumably using this “reflector” label to give credence to her mind-reading guru act. Read more…


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