“Spiritual teacher” Teal Swan, who describes herself as the “Leader of an Authenticity Movement” and “Leader of the New Age”, has verbatim plagiarized from a number of authors and resource websites. It is not ethical for Teal Swan to lift others’ work, and even more concerning, receive royalties and accolades for her plagiarized material. Teal profits off of her YouTube channel, while using other authors’ material. An observer says it perfectly: “Teal has no conscience whatsoever, just steals whatever she likes in order to further herself and her agenda. Doesn’t care who she steps on along the way.” This page contains links to researchers’ websites, and a meme album for a quick overview of some of Teal’s plagiarism. Michael Brown of “The Presence Process” denounced Teal.
2018/05/04 — Teal Swan plagiarized from her former publisher, received complements, while cult leader behavior seeps through
2018/04/25 — PART 2 of Teal plagiarizing Cooray’s book. “Cam is very disappointed” in Teal.
2018/04/17 — Teal plagiarised from the book, “Akashic Records : What are They? How to Access Them” by Camilet Cooray
2018/03/15 — TEAL SWAN and her version of the Presence Process
2018/02/06 — Teal Swan plagiarized Alive for her video, “How To Change A Belief” (Teal Swan Caught Stealing!)
2018/01/15 — Teal Swan plagiarized information about stress management for her followers
2017/10/30 — Michael Brown, Author of The Presence Process, addresses Teal’s Plagiarism
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Update: It shouldn’t take a meme to get “Authenticity Leader” Teal to cite her blogs. She (non-formally) cited the paragraph on endometriosis in her blog “The Light Is A Constant”. That said, if anyone thinks we’re just making up Teal’s plagiarism, old blogs are always archived.
Ethics for a spiritual leader should mean something.