Teal Swan is an American Writer, Public Speaker, and Spiritual mentor. She trained the people how to tackle things on the Spiritual path and be spiritually active in daily lives.

She has released the documentary on her life name as “Open Shadow – The Story of Teal Swan”

According to Teal Swan, the purpose of life is to find joy and be in a joy state. Find the Joy, and Follow it. If one is not able to find Joy then Write down that word and exercise it in your mind, that’s the only and definite way to find your cause of Joy. Once you find Joy, you will navigate the path of the purpose of life.

“If you remove yourself far enough from the limited point of view of pain, you will see that at the root of all things that are negative in this world is the physical fact that we are all nothing but the victims of victims.”

Teal Swan

One can find joy by serving others, being kind to others, sharing an Attitude of Gratitude, and showing Compassion. Be aware of your thoughts and reaction. One has to take the risk for himself in realizing own feelings, observing them find the purpose of life.

There is no ultimate destination in a Spiritual journey, there are laps that you will encounter by experiencing certain feelings. You have to be conscious while you are on the Spiritual path.

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“Without a healthy emotional life, a relationship is not a relationship; it is a social arrangement where no intimacy or connection exists.”

Teal Swan

“Observing and then letting go is one of the most important skills to acquire in the quest to create positive change, as is knowledge of stillness.”

Teal Swan
About – According to Teal, how to find Joy. She proposes the exercise for finding the cause of joy, write down the word Joy on paper and exercise with your mind. It will give you the fascinating answers which you in a conscious state have never thought of.

“Frustration to what has been binds you to what has been. Healthy acceptance sets you free.”

Teal Swan
About – Teal explains the Purpose of life and how to find or create one. The ultimate purpose of life is to be in Joy. If your passion and inner thoughts are synced, you will discover a JOY within you, which is the true meaning of life.

“The truth is that an enlightened person has made a practice of releasing all resistance from his or her being. It’s not that they never experience conflict or pain. It’s that they are willing to be open to experiencing conflict and pain.”

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About – According to Teal, being gay or lesbian can be our conscious choice. Love is not restricted to gender, it is beyond our physical dimension. When you are in the transcendental stage, the physical form disappears. We are a soul with the human body, and the soul is nongender, eternal.

“You cannot be happy if you run from pain, because to run from or try to avoid something is to be focused backward, toward the problem.”

Teal Swan
About – Teal explains to sense the feel of feelings. We have to observe our feelings and sense them and don’t reach them. We have to look inside us who is the one that this feeling is experiencing and why. Asking a question to yourself will lead you to a Spiritual path.

“All too often, people take no action until the fear goes away. But life cannot be lived like that. It cannot be lived like that anymore than it can be lived in spite of fear.”

Teal Swan
About – According to Teal, the purpose of life is happiness. She sees the meaning of life as life serves the purpose of the Universe is evolving Consciousness.

“Stop trying to feel better, instead become better at feeling.”

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“Parents and adults in our society found a way to preserve their own self-concept, and that was through feeding themselves, as well as you, with the belief “It’s for your own good.” We are fed this lie from day one. Even those of us who grow up in the most loving households are fed this lie. We make our children sit through hours of lessons in the prison-like environment we call school and tell them it’s for their own good. We discipline them in ways that are painful to their minds and bodies and tell them that it’s for their own good.”

Teal Swan