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. Continue reading Unapologetic Teal Swan shaming blog, exposing her deceit and bad behavior
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.
Continue reading Apparently, spiritual teacher Teal Swan was born to lead humanity. Teal & Blake’s shady marketing.
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.”
Continue reading Cult Warning Sign: Teal Swan’s Love for Admiration – the evidence
Teal Swan has a penchant for applying many grandiose titles for herself, and by doing so, she exalts herself… just like a cult leader. If Teal applied only a handful of titles, it’s likely no one would raise an eyebrow, however, when this is combined with the many other traits Teal displays, then it becomes problematic.
Continue reading Cult Warning Sign: “Spiritual teacher” Teal Swan’s Titles of Exaltation
Teal Swan describes herself as a “international spiritual luminary”, “self-help expert” , “therapist” and “expertise celebrity”, specializing in trauma recovery. Why then, does dark, depressing, gruesome, and even violent imagery appear frequently in her blogs and videos (without even adding content warnings)? This article will briefly look at the contradiction between Teal’s self-acclaimed status as a trauma healing expert, and her use of graphic or triggering imagery on blogs and videos. The images in question are at the bottom of the blog, there is a content warning before they appear.