She makes some good points--for example, her observation that desire is part of human nature, and is basically good. Buddhism does not have a very realistic or workable account. Either desire is considered bad, or it is something to be sublimated into a spiritual desire (as in tantra). This seems divorced from our basic biology and psychology.
One problem is that Teal fails to distinguish between good and bad desires. To her, all desires are good--the fact that you have a desire, is proof that the universe wants you to fulfill it. Is this her advice to dieters, or child molesters?
Another is her weird cosmology. Desire causes the universe to expand?! And the whole "higher self" thing raises serious problems of identity. (Is it me, or not me?)
("Teal"---what an interesting name. If I become a New Age teacher, perhaps I should call myself Chartreuse.)