Teal Swan is an International Speaker and Best-Selling Author. Teal is a survivor of severe childhood abuse. Today, having integrated her own traumatizing life experience, she inspires millions of people around the world towards truth, authenticity, freedom, and joy.
Teal Swan’s global following has given her the moniker “The Mirror.” She has earned this moniker because “when you step in front of her, you see the truth of yourself and the truth of the universe”.
Teal Swan is the author of six internationally published books, the creator of hundreds of frequency paintings, as well as the popular "Ask Teal" YouTube series. She is the owner and founder of Teal Eye LLC, a company helping to bring self empowerment and healing back to the person.
Together with her vision of building positive world change, Teal Swan founded HEADWAY FOUNDATION, a nonprofit company that enables ideas, goals and ventures that are design to bring positive world change. In the years to come, Headway Foundation will encompass programs, centers, scholarships and products that enhance our world; such as in the areas of justice reform, education, environmental endeavors, end of life care, health, parenting, integrative medicine and food industry reform. Headway Foundation tries to make the changes within our society that will create a better life for all beings who call this planet their home.
Being a ‘universal mirror’, Teal Swan was born with a range of extrasensory abilities, including clairvoyance, clairsentience, and clairaudience. It was because of these abilities that she was targeted to become a victim of abuse. In her own words: “Without the abuse and suffering I experienced, I would be someone who could give you a lot of esoteric information about the universe at large, but who would have no real grasp on the reality of human suffering or how to heal it. I would have only had ½ of the picture of human existence. The gift of my own suffering is that I now have the full picture and that has drastically changed both what I teach and the way that I teach.”