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Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations Podcast

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Oprah Winfrey is now podcasting the conversations from her Super Soul Sunday TV show! Hear 30-60 minute long conversations with some of the most popular authors on spiritual and personal growth. Youll hear life lessons and teachings from Brene Brown, Iyanla Vazant, Paul Coelho, Deepak Chopra, Joel Osteen, and Tony Robbins. There are also some spiritual conversations with celebrities like Tracy Morgan, India Arie, and Alanis Morissette. In a recent podcast listen to author Mitch Albom discuss his bestselling book Tuesdays with Morrie and the many life lessons his friend Morrie Schwartz told him while dying from ALS. Subscribe to this one as there are many more conversations to come!

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  • Trevor Noah: Born a Crime
    Mon, Mar 19, 2018

    In his interview with Oprah at the famed Apollo Theater in New York City, Trevor Noah, the late-night comedy host and best-selling author of "Born a Crime," discusses his childhood in South Africa, his mother who risked her life to raise him, and his unlikely path to becoming the host of "The Daily Show." Trevor shares inspiring stories about overcoming extreme poverty under apartheid. Oprah tells Trevor, "You're the only person I've interviewed, that I can remember, who's a famous person, who grew up poorer than I did." Trevor says, "We laughed. We enjoyed ourselves. We had something that sometimes you don't have when you have too much, and that's the ability to focus on the human beings around you." Trevor also explains the "black tax" that he writes about in his book. He tells Oprah, "It's one of the hardest conversations to have with people." In this special edition of "Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations," you'll hear Oprah and Trevor's full interview, featuring more than 15 minutes of bonus content not included in Part 1 of the OWN special "Oprah at the Apollo."

  • Jimmy Kimmel: What Do You Stand For?
    Wed, Mar 14, 2018

    Oprah speaks to joke-teller-turned-truth-teller Jimmy Kimmel about the watershed year that changed his personal life and public image. Jimmy reflects on hosting the Oscars, losing his mentor Don Rickles, turning 50 and speaking out on gun control. He also discusses his emotional, tear-filled monologue about his son Billy’s rare congenital heart defect.  Speaking from his heart and soul, Jimmy explains how the past year has made him a more spiritually connected person. “I’ve been praying a lot more, that’s for sure,” Jimmy says. He also speaks about the mass shooting in his hometown Las Vegas and the ways he finds peace, and shares an update on Billy.

  • Salma Hayek Pinault: Making Peace with Yourself
    Mon, Mar 12, 2018

    In her interview with Oprah at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater, activist, producer and Oscar-nominated actress Salma Hayek Pinault reveals why she published her personal essay in The New York Times titled "Harvey Weinstein Is My Monster Too." Salma opens up about the emotional abuse she suffered during the making of her Oscar-winning film, "Frida,"and other sexual harassment she has endured during her life. Salma also discusses her spiritual approach to aging, her commitment of 20-plus years to fight for women's rights, and her struggle with depression. Salma says, "The mystery of life, to me, is the relationship with you and you. As long as you need others to feel comfortable, you will always suffer from anxiety. You are alone in life, and it's a beautiful place to be if you make peace with yourself." In this special-edition podcast, you'll hear Oprah and Salma's full interview, featuring more than 15 minutes of bonus content not included in Part 1 of the OWN special "Oprah at the Apollo."

  • Salma Hayek Pinault: More to Say About Harvey Weinstein, Aging and Gratitude
    Mon, Mar 12, 2018

    After Oprah and Salma Hayek Pinault's conversation at the Apollo Theater in New York City, Harvey Weinstein issued a statement through his spokesperson in which he "deeply apologizes for any pain [Salma] has suffered as a result of his behavior or comments." In this supplemental podcast, Oprah and Salma pick up their conversation as Salma reacts to the statement and adds additional insight to the lessons she's learned about sexual predators. Salma also shares her thoughts on the importance of gratitude, how she feels about aging and the one lesson that took her the longest to learn. Salma says, "A deep sense of gratitude can be such a beautiful, powerful, euphoric sensation."

  • Stephen Colbert: Finding Your Stride
    Wed, Mar 07, 2018

    In an interview at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater, Stephen Colbert, host of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" and best-selling author, discusses his nightly talk show, the times we live in and his deep-rooted Catholic faith. Stephen opens up about the nervousness he felt in taking David Letterman's old time slot and how his intention for the show guided it to the top of the ratings. Stephen also reveals how he keeps his ego in check, why love is the most important thing we have, and what he thinks is the "last, best hope of mankind." In this special edition of "Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations," you'll hear Oprah and Stephen's full interview, featuring more than 15 minutes of bonus content not included in Part 2 of the OWN special "Oprah at the Apollo."

  • Oprah at the Apollo, Part 2: Stephen Colbert, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Yara Shahidi, Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson
    Mon, Mar 05, 2018

    In another special edition of "Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations," Oprah continues her one-on-one interviews at Harlem's world-famous Apollo Theater. Stephen Colbert, the best-selling author and host of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," discusses the nightly intention of his show and his deeply rooted Catholic faith. Broadway genius Lin-Manuel Miranda opens up about his newborn baby, his Pulitzer Prize-winning show, "Hamilton," and the state of his beloved Puerto Rico. "Black-ish" and "Grown-ish" star Yara Shahidi explains why she believes her generation is politically aware and helping to reshape the world we live in. Plus, we share a few laughs with Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson, from the podcast "2 Dope Queens," who helped welcome our audience at the Apollo.

  • Jordan Peele: Can Film Change Our Culture?
    Wed, Feb 28, 2018

    For the first time, Oprah sits down with Jordan Peele, the funnyman-turned-screenwriter/producer/director, for a one-on-one conversation at the world-famous Apollo Theater in New York City. Jordan shares the stories behind his groundbreaking film "Get Out," which was nominated for four Oscars and has sparked a national conversation about race, becoming one of those rare films that has had a truly profound impact on our culture. Jordan is the first African-American filmmaker to be nominated for the Oscar trifecta of Best Original Screenplay, Best Director and Best Motion Picture. Jordan says he spent seven years conceiving, crafting and writing "Get Out," adding, "It was the idea for designing my favorite movie that I'd ever seen." Jordan also reveals how he's been able to meet this moment, receive praise and keep his ego in check. In this special-edition podcast, you'll hear Oprah and Jordan's full interview, featuring more than 15 minutes of bonus content not included in Part 1 of the OWN special "Oprah at the Apollo."

  • Oprah at the Apollo, Part 1: Jordan Peele, Salma Hayek Pinault and Trevor Noah
    Mon, Feb 26, 2018

    In this special edition of "SuperSoul Conversations," Oprah welcomes Jordan Peele, Salma Hayek Pinault and Trevor Noah to the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City for one-on-one conversations. Writer, director and producer Jordan Peele discusses his Oscar-nominated film, "Get Out," which sparked a national dialogue on race. Oscar-nominated actress, film producer and co-founder of the Time's Up movement Salma Hayek Pinault shares her personal experiences with sexual assault and emotional abuse. Comedian, best-selling author and host of "The Daily Show" Trevor Noah recounts the challenges of growing up as a mixed-race child in apartheid-era South Africa.

  • Dani Shapiro: What Do You Believe?
    Wed, Feb 21, 2018

    Best-selling author Dani Shapiro discusses one of life's biggest questions: What do you believe? When Dani's young son asked her what happens when we die, she realized that she didn't know what she truly believed. This question inspired a spiritual quest that caused her to delve deep inside her past to find the answers for her son. Dani shares her path to discovering a deeper, fuller and more joyful life. Dani says she finally learned to live in the moment and not take life for granted, something she says anyone can achieve.

  • Carl Lentz: A New Generation of Spiritual Seekers
    Mon, Feb 19, 2018

    Carl Lentz is a lead pastor at Hillsong Church in New York City and is the dynamic force behind one of the most talked-about new congregations in American Christianity. His come-as-you-are approach to faith appeals to a new generation of spiritual seekers, including pop singers, young Hollywood and NBA players. Pastor Lentz says, "Our soul is who we are without the InstaFilter and without the hair and makeup." 

  • Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling: Brave New Worlds
    Wed, Feb 14, 2018

    Oprah sits down with Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling, her co-stars from the film "A Wrinkle in Time," for a lively conversation about ambition, guardian angels, learning to say no, and the pressures women face in today's culture. Reese and Mindy discuss the hardest decisions they had to make in order to fulfill their destinies. Oprah says, "I'm so excited to have a conversation with such beautiful, innovative, powerful women."
    Directed by pioneer filmmaker Ava DuVernay, "A Wrinkle in Time" is adapted from Madeleine L'Engle's classic 1962 novel of the same name. The movie is about a young girl, Meg Murry, played by newcomer Storm Reid, who hops through time to rescue her father from an evil, universe-threatening force. Ava describes the story as a tapestry of "spirituality and self-empowerment." Disney's "A Wrinkle in Time" has its premiere in movie theaters on March 9, 2018.

  • Reese Witherspoon: It's About Time
    Wed, Feb 14, 2018

    In light of the Time's Up and #MeToo movements, Reese Witherspoon, the producer, activist and Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress, discusses her own story of being sexually assaulted by a director when she was just 16 years old. She also shares her reaction to first hearing about the Harvey Weinstein scandal. During the conversation, Oprah talks about the sexual harassment she endured during her early years in TV, saying, "It was absolutely, implicitly understood that if I said a word about it, I would have been out of television."

  • Ram Dass: The Life of a Spiritual Teacher
    Mon, Feb 12, 2018

    In a rare interview at his home on the Hawaiian island of Maui, cultural icon Ram Dass sits down with Oprah to discuss his role as a global spiritual teacher. Born in 1931 to a wealthy family outside of Boston, Richard Alpert was the star of his family. By age 27, he was an assistant professor at Harvard University, with a corner office. When another professor, Dr. Timothy Leary, moved into the office next door in 1959, Dr. Richard Alpert began the journey to become the man we know today as Ram Dass. Learn more about the psychedelic drug experiment that got them both fired, and the Indian guru who changed Ram's life forever.

  • Janet Mock: Redefining Realness
    Wed, Feb 07, 2018

    Janet Mock, the transgender advocate, television host and New York Times best-selling author, discusses her powerful journey, the importance of speaking your truth, and becoming the person you know you were always meant to be. Janet offers insight into not only her transgender experience but also the importance of creating a vision for what is possible, and shows us how to see and accept one another through love. Janet's first memoir, "Redefining Realness," details her bold and inspiring perspective on being young, multicultural and transgender in America. Janet says her journey is similar to that of many people: "I think that we're all searching for the truth. I was constantly, as a person, going through this society trying to figure out who I was in relation to what people were telling me I should be. And so, for me, 'Redefining Realness' was about tapping into my most authentic self. Who am I to me?"

  • Amy Purdy: The Power of Visualization
    Mon, Feb 05, 2018

    After losing both her legs at age 19 as a result of bacterial meningitis, Amy Purdy survived to lead a life of extraordinary accomplishments. She embodies inner strength as she continues to overcome obstacles and serve as a role model for those who have faced their own challenges. Amy is a Paralympic bronze medalist in snowboarding, a finalist on "Dancing with the Stars". Her inspiring conversation with Oprah is about rising above your circumstances, living with spiritual courage and the power of visualizing your dreams. They also discuss Amy's memoir, "On My Own Two Feet: From Losing My Legs to Learning the Dance of Life."

  • Brian Grazer: The Secret to a Bigger Life
    Wed, Jan 31, 2018

    From "A Beautiful Mind" to "Empire," Brian Grazer has produced some of the greatest films and television shows of the past 40 years. Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Brian sits down with Oprah to discuss his book, "A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life," in which he writes about how expanding our curiosity should be as much a part of our culture as creativity and innovation. Brian not only attributes his success to curiosity but also says it's his daily spiritual practice. "It does get me into the place of truth within the person I'm connecting with," he tells Oprah. "It's the deepest emotional connection." Plus, Brian reveals how to optimize your curiosity in order to live a more satisfying, connected and soulful life.

  • Thomas Moore: A Religion of One's Own
    Mon, Jan 29, 2018

    Religious scholar, psychotherapist and former monk Thomas Moore has dedicated his life to exploring the questions at the heart of theology. Thomas' classic 1992 book, "Care of the Soul," redefined spirituality in the modern age, and now he believes we are facing an exhilarating new phase of our spiritual evolution. Thomas and Oprah talk about ways to bring the soul and spirituality back into your life. While discussing his book "A Religion of One's Own," he explains the difference between the part of us that searches for more and the part of us that finds solace in what we have. His broad message resonates with those who see themselves as spiritual but not necessarily religious. Thomas’ latest book is called “Ageless Soul: An Uplifting Meditation on the Art of Growing Older” in which he describes how to live agelessly, embrace our time in life and find the endless joy nestled inside our soul.  

  • Dr. Maya Angelou, Part 2: Best Advice She Ever Received
    Wed, Jan 24, 2018

    Oprah’s heart-to-heart conversation with the late Dr. Maya Angelou continues. Dr. Angelou shares some of her greatest life lessons on aging brilliantly and living with gratitude. She is moved to tears as she recalls the revelation that changed her life forever, and reveals the best piece of advice she ever received.

  • Dr. Maya Angelou, Part 1: 9 Words That Changed Her Life
    Mon, Jan 22, 2018

    In the first of a special two-part podcast, Oprah has a conversation with her beloved mentor, the late poet, author, icon and activist Dr. Maya Angelou. She's also the woman Oprah called her mother, sister and friend for more than 30 years. Oprah says, "She was there for me always, guiding me through some of the most important years of my life. The world knows her as a poet, but at the heart of her, she was a teacher." Dr. Angelou discusses her last book, "Mom & Me & Mom," delving into one of the deepest personal stories of her life: her relationship with her mother. Dr. Angelou shares intimate memories of her childhood, including the nine words her nurturing yet fiery mother said to her that changed her life forever, challenging her to find strength in the face of adversity.

  • RuPaul Charles: Were All In Drag
    Wed, Jan 17, 2018

    Underneath his over-the-top hair, makeup and outfits, RuPaul Charles believes that at the core “we’re born naked and the rest is drag.” It’s a radical way of interpreting who we are, but whatever we claim as our identity is considered our drag, he says. A pop culture fixture since the early 90s, RuPaul has preached a gospel of self-love and tolerance that has permeated American culture. Now more popular than ever, thanks to the success of his Emmy-award winning competition show “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” RuPaul shares what he believes is the authentic meaning of “identity,” and how we can all see past the stereotypes and labels to discover true connection with those around us.

  • Lynne Twist: The Soul of Money
    Mon, Jan 15, 2018

    Would you like to expand your wealth and improve your relationship with money? Lynne Twist, author of the groundbreaking book "The Soul of Money," exposes three deep-seated financial myths and explains how letting go of these beliefs can align our money habits with our souls. She explains why our deep-rooted connection to money can be our most unexamined and "wounded" relationship.  Lynne says we can even create a spiritual relationship with our finances, transforming our values and ourselves so as to lead a more fulfilling life.

  • Rob Bell: Let's Talk About God
    Wed, Jan 10, 2018

    Time magazine named Pastor Rob Bell "one of the most influential Christian leaders in the country." Rob's progressive and unique interpretation of the Bible considers new ways of thinking about God, religion and faith. In his book "What We Talk About When We Talk About God," Rob explains why more people are identifying with spirituality over religion, and walks listeners through his three basic principles: "God is with us, God is for us, and God is ahead of us."

  • Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson: A Better You Through Trust and Gratitude
    Mon, Jan 08, 2018

    Paul Williams is the songwriting legend behind hits such as Barbra Streisand's Oscar-winning song, "Evergreen," Kermit the Frog's beloved "Rainbow Connection" and the Carpenters classic "We've Only Just Begun." Paul says that, at the height of his fame, an addiction to alcohol and drugs nearly destroyed him. After hitting rock bottom in a harrowing public meltdown, Paul got sober and started a difficult journey to discovering the true happiness he feels today. Together with author, director and screenwriter Tracey Jackson, Paul has written a book, "Gratitude and Trust," outlining six affirmations they say can help people become better versions of themselves. The co-authors claim that the affirmations work for fear-based habits like perfectionism, overeating, fear of intimacy and even smartphone obsession. Paul says, "When getting help was important enough for me to let go of ego and do it, I began to connect. And that connection, that brought me to life."

  • Gretchen Rubin: 8 Rules to Happiness
    Wed, Jan 03, 2018

    A graduate of Yale Law School, Gretchen Rubin spent a year doing scientific research and practical projects in an attempt to discover how to lead a happier life. This experiment of self-discovery led to her New York Times bestselling book and phenomenon “The Happiness Project.” The book recounts what Gretchen learned about herself and how she was able to become happier and more fulfilled.  Gretchen shares her eight personal rules of happiness, which she says can help fill your day with more joy.

  • Geneen Roth: Conscious Eating
    Mon, Jan 01, 2018

    New York Times bestselling author and weight loss pioneer Geneen Roth was one of the first people to link compulsive eating and perpetual dieting with deeply personal and spiritual issues that go far beyond food, weight and body image. Geneen believes that our relationship to food reveals everything about our lives.  She discusses guidelines for mindful eating and the real reasons people binge eat. Geneen also shares her acceptance with losing her life savings to the Bernie Madoff financial scandal, and why it was a positive transformative experience.

  • Norman Lear: Lessons on Longevity
    Wed, Dec 27, 2017

    He’s the creator of some of the most groundbreaking shows in television history. Legendary producer, writer and director Norman Lear talks about changing the landscape of TV, his life as a spiritual seeker and his political activism.  Norman shares behind-the-scenes stories from his socially conscious shows “All in the Family,” “The Jeffersons” and “Good Times.” Norman explains why he believes there may be no greater unifying spiritual expression than when we laugh together. He also discusses his documentary film "Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You," and his first-ever book, the memoir "Even This I Get to Experience."

  • Jack Canfield: Fulfilling Your Souls Purpose
    Mon, Dec 25, 2017

    How do you find your purpose? Jack Canfield is co-creator of the worldwide phenomenon “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series, which has sold more than 110 million copies and been translated into more than 43 languages. Based on the lessons in his New York Times bestseller “The Success Principles,” Jack explains how to align our vision and goals with the fulfillment of our purpose. “Everyone has a purpose on this planet,” Jack explains. “The key is figuring out what you really want, deep inside, by listening to your internal GPS.”

  • Shawn Achor, Part 2: How to Find Happiness in Todays World
    Wed, Dec 20, 2017

    The conversation with Harvard-trained researcher and New York Times bestselling author Shawn Achor continues. Shawn offers advice on how to turn down the noise of the electronic, hyper-connected world we live in, which he says is blocking us from true happiness. Shawn also shares how we can increase the levels of happiness for others in our lives.

  • Shawn Achor, Part 1: The Secrets of Happy People
    Mon, Dec 18, 2017

    Do you want to be happier? Harvard-trained researcher and bestselling author Shawn Achor shares his simple, achievable steps to diminish depression, increase joy, and shift our perspective to be more positive. Shawn brings to life his research on the science of happiness and the techniques of what he calls positive psychology.

  • Sebastian Junger: The Quest for a Tribe
    Wed, Dec 13, 2017

    Sebastian Junger, the New York Times bestselling author of “The Perfect Storm” and “War,” discusses his newest book “Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging.”  Sebastian challenges us to rethink some of our culture’s most fundamental ideas about purpose and prosperity.  He says, “It’s about what we can learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging and the eternal human quest for meaning.”  Read more about identity and belonging in the January 2018 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine.

  • Pema Ch?dr?n: Dealing with Difficult Times
    Mon, Dec 11, 2017

    Born in New York City, Pema Chödrön is one of the first Western women to be fully ordained as a Tibetan Buddhist nun. Pema explains how difficult times can be an opportunity for growth and change if you're willing to embrace the situation and the feelings that come with it. One of the basic Buddhist tenets, Pema says, is that change is constant. "Things are going to keep changing," she says. "If you're invested in security and certainty, then you're not going to feel good a lot of the time."

  • Mariel Hemingway and Bobby Williams: Finding Soul Connections
    Wed, Dec 06, 2017

    Would you like more fun, love, laughter and adventure in your life? Oscar-nominated actress and best-selling author Mariel Hemingway and her boyfriend, Bobby Williams, a stuntman and extreme athlete, say they have the answers to living a simpler, more vibrant life. In their book, "Running with Nature," Mariel and Bobby show us how to tap into our soul's mission and reconnect with our true selves. Mariel also opens up about her famous family, including her grandfather Ernest Hemingway, and their legacy of addiction, mental illness and suicide.

  • Cheryl Strayed: Brave Enough
    Mon, Dec 04, 2017

    The New York Times best-selling author Cheryl Strayed talks to Oprah about her book "Brave Enough," a collection of her own quotes, which Cheryl describes as a "mini instruction manual for the soul." Cheryl also says the book urges readers toward their own "incredible capacity for love, compassion and forgiveness." Cheryl's best-selling memoir, "Wild," which recounted her spiritual journey hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, was an Oprah's Book Club selection and was adapted into the critically acclaimed film starring Reese Witherspoon.

  • Elizabeth Gilbert, Part 2: What Is a Soul Mate?
    Wed, Nov 29, 2017

    Oprah's conversation with New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert continues. Elizabeth shares what she knows for sure about love, happiness and what it means to be a soul mate. Elizabeth says, "A true soul mate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that's holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention." She also opens up about her decision not to have children and its impact on her life spiritually.

  • Elizabeth Gilbert, Part 1: Your Lifes Calling
    Mon, Nov 27, 2017

    Elizabeth Gilbert’s 2006 memoir, "Eat, Pray, Love," sparked a global conversation about what it means to fulfill your life's purpose. Elizabeth opens up about the soulful lessons she learned from her yearlong quest around the world. She also discusses how the uncertainty of transformation in our lives is never easy or painless, but is essential to experience. Elizabeth gives practical advice on how to start your own spiritual quest and answer your life’s calling.

  • Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor: My Stroke of Insight
    Wed, Nov 22, 2017

    Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a Harvard-trained brain scientist, describes how a massive stroke gave her a second chance at life. Dr. Jill couldn't walk, talk or remember her own name, but she was able to turn this life-changing experience into a spiritual awakening. Although she was unable to communicate, Dr. Jill says she was aware of the energy around her. She learned a simple, powerful and profound lesson while recovering in the hospital: “Please take responsibility for the energy you bring into this space.”

  • David Brooks: The Road to Character
    Mon, Nov 20, 2017

    New York Times columnist, political pundit and bestselling author David Brooks reveals how we can discover and build a stronger, more meaningful moral character and deeper inner life. David shares his personal and well-researched path on the road to “save his own soul.” He takes listeners on a journey through history, sharing examples of people who cultivated their own character with self-sacrifice and honor. David also shares his thoughts on vulnerability, the importance of believing in yourself and gaining strength from those around you.

  • Shonda Rhimes: Change Your Life By Saying Yes (And "No" Too)
    Wed, Nov 15, 2017

    Prolific TV show creator, writer and executive producer Shonda Rhimes reflects on her memoir “Year of Yes.” The force behind the hit shows "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal" and "How to Get Away with Murder," Shonda explains how saying “yes” for one year allowed her to live a more awakened life. She also shares the one sentence to use when you want to say “no” without feeling rude.

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden: Hardship, Hope and Purpose
    Mon, Nov 13, 2017

    Former Vice President Joe Biden reflects on his political career and his personal tragedies. The vice president shares how his faith informed his toughest moments, including his decision not to run for president and the death of his beloved son Beau. He also discusses a time in his life when he lost his faith and describes the journey to get it back.

  • Marie Forleo, Gabrielle Bernstein and Mastin Kipp: 9 Ways to Become More Spiritual
    Wed, Nov 08, 2017

    Three young, socially aware thought leaders from the next generation of soulful thinkers, Marie Forleo, Mastin Kipp and Gabrielle Bernstein, share their unique perspectives and open up about the life-changing events that began their spiritual journeys. They have developed self-made businesses, written reflective best-sellers and lectured to sold-out crowds about how to enrich your life. Each guest gives three simple ways to enlighten your life today.

  • Oprah's Book: "The Wisdom of Sundays"
    Mon, Nov 06, 2017

    In a special edition of "Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations," Oprah presents her latest New York Times number one best-selling book, "The Wisdom of Sundays: Life-Changing Insights from Super Soul Conversations," with an episode filled with Oprah's most memorable aha! moments from "SuperSoul Sunday." It is a soul-stirring hour from an extraordinary group of thought leaders, including Caroline Myss, Gary Zukav, Eckhart Tolle, Sue Monk Kidd, Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith, Jack Kornfield, Elizabeth Lesser, Sister Joan Chittister, Pastor John Gray, Michael Singer, Tony Robbins, Iyanla Vanzant, Brene Brown, DeVon Franklin, Amy Purdy, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Shonda Rhimes, Russell Simmons, former President Jimmy Carter, Wayne Dyer, Dr. Shefali Tsabary, Adyashanti, Shaka Senghor, Bryan Stevenson, Glennon Doyle, Pastor Wintley Phipps, Janet Mock, Tracy Morgan, Malala Yousafzai and Elie Wiesel.

  • Ali MacGraw: Aging, Love and Sobriety
    Wed, Nov 01, 2017

    In 1994, iconic actress and author Ali MacGraw left Los Angeles and moved to Santa Fe in order to live her spiritual journey more fully. In a frank conversation, Ali discusses what she's come to know about aging with grace, shares the real-life lessons in love she learned from her marriages to legendary actor Steve McQueen and famed film producer Robert Evans, and opens up about how sobriety allowed her to feel more connected to her soul.

  • Brother David Steindl-Rast: Happiness Begins with Gratitude
    Mon, Oct 30, 2017

    Benedictine monk, author and scholar Brother David Steindl-Rast guides us to the source of lasting joy and the essence of grateful living. He invites listeners to exercise gratefulness as a spiritual practice and a source of well-being that can be embraced every day. He also shares lessons on love, hope and life. Brother David Steindl-Rast says, “Hope is something very different from our hopes. Hopes are something we can imagine… but hope, in a truly spiritual sense, is openness for surprise.”

  • Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith: Manifest the Life of Your Dreams
    Wed, Oct 25, 2017

    Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith, spiritual pioneer and founder of the renowned Agape International Spiritual Center, offers several practices for manifesting the kind of life you want. He explains that letting go, shifting your vibration and living with intention are all keys to unlocking the blessings that the universe has in store for you. Michael also discusses the four stages of unfolding, an intensive process of spiritual alignment with your life’s purpose. Michael says, “Your potential is always bigger than whatever problem you’re going through.”

  • Eckhart Tolle: Free Yourself From Anxiety, Stress and Unhappiness
    Mon, Oct 23, 2017

    Visionary thought leader and author of “A New Earth,” Eckhart Tolle explains his view of where we are in the state of the new Earth today. With a shift that has separated millions of Americans, Eckhart teaches us how to lift the pain that can show up for all of us. Oprah calls Eckhart Tolle one of the “greatest spiritual teachers and inspirations here on the planet.”

  • DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good: Sex Worth Waiting For
    Wed, Oct 18, 2017

    Hollywood power couple DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good discuss their faith, courtship and marriage as well as the spiritual keys to their successful relationship. They candidly share how celibacy allowed them to form a deeper, more soulful connection. In their New York Times best-selling book, “The Wait,” they write, “To wait is to delay the temptation for instant gratification in relationships in order to get what you really want in life.”

  • David and Francine Wheeler: Life After Loss
    Mon, Oct 16, 2017

    On December 14, 2012, the unthinkable happened when a lone gunman shot and killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. One of the lives lost that day belonged to 6-year-old Ben Wheeler. Ben’s parents, Francine and David, share how embracing love, light and even suffering can be a catalyst for transformation.

  • Shaka Senghor: Prison Taught Him the Power of Love, Forgiveness and Redemption
    Wed, Oct 11, 2017

    Oprah calls this interview one of the most powerful in her career. Author, mentor and criminal justice activist Shaka Senghor turned his life around after spending 19 years in prison and solitary confinement for committing second-degree murder. During his incarceration, an unexpected act of forgiveness led to his spiritual redemption. Shaka discusses the challenges of fixing the soul of a broken prison system that doesn’t focus on rehabilitation and reintegration.

  • Phil Jackson: The Soul of Success
    Mon, Oct 09, 2017

    They call him the Zen Master. Legendary NBA coach Phil Jackson says that when he began coaching the Chicago Bulls, and later the Los Angeles Lakers, he drew upon the Zen philosophy of mindfulness to help build both teams. He used tai chi, yoga and meditation to help his players live in the moment and put their egos in check. Learn why Phil says, “What I put into the lives of others will come back unto its own.”

  • Michael Singer: Free Yourself from Negative Thoughts
    Wed, Oct 04, 2017

    His New York Times number one best-seller, “The Untethered Soul,” is one of the books that is always on Oprah’s nightstand. Author and spiritual teacher Michael Singer reveals practical methods for allowing feelings to pass through you without taking over your life. He says spiritual growth begins by learning to silence the negative thoughts in your mind. Oprah says Michael Singer will “help you find a greater sense of inner peace.”

  • Shirley MacLaine: A Legendary Seeker
    Mon, Oct 02, 2017

    During her iconic 60-year Hollywood career, Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine was also a pioneer by being outspoken in her beliefs about spirituality, meditation and reincarnation. Oprah calls Shirley one of her “great spiritual teachers.” This episode is a continuation of the metaphysical conversation Oprah and Shirley have been having together for more than 30 years.

  • Nate Berkus: Surviving the Storm
    Wed, Sep 27, 2017

    Oprah’s conversation continues with award-winning interior designer and best-selling author Nate Berkus. Nate describes how he picked up the pieces of his life after surviving the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which claimed more than 200,000 lives in several countries. Oprah describes Nate’s harrowing story of survival as “emotional, spiritual and metaphysical.”

  • Nate Berkus: Design for Your Spirit
    Mon, Sep 25, 2017

    How does your home make you feel? Does it lift you up or soothe your soul? Our surroundings greet us each morning and welcome us home each night. Award-winning interior designer Nate Berkus reveals how design can bring beauty, meaning and memories to our lives–and sometimes represent our very soul. Nate says, “When our homes really do reflect who we are and who we aspire to be, that’s when we have a space that everyone is drawn to.”

  • Sister Joan Chittister: Two Words That Can Change the World
    Wed, Sep 20, 2017

    Life changing wisdom and insights from one of America’s key spiritual voices. Sister Joan Chittister is a Roman Catholic nun and author of over 50 books. She’s a tireless advocate of justice, peace and equality, especially for women, all over the world.

  • Don Miguel Ruiz: Find Freedom, Happiness and Love
    Mon, Sep 18, 2017

    It’s the book that Ellen DeGeneres recommended to Oprah. Renowned spiritual teacher and best-selling author don Miguel Ruiz believes there are four agreements that, if applied in your daily life, will bring you freedom, happiness and love. His revered book “The Four Agreements” has been translated into 40 languages, was on The New York Times’ best-seller list for over a decade and has guided millions of readers, including Oprah, to live their most authentic lives.

  • Howard Schultz: Pouring Your Heart into Your Business
    Thu, Sep 14, 2017

    Can a company have a soul? Oprah interviews the executive chairman of Starbucks Coffee Company, Howard Schultz, who shares his inspiring story of rising from the Brooklyn housing projects to becoming one of the most innovative business leaders of our time. Howard explains how companies can be committed to fostering the human spirit. For him, Starbucks’ motto is “One person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.”

  • Pastor A.R. Bernard: Four Things Women Want from a Man
    Mon, Sep 11, 2017

    Pastor A.R. Bernard is the founder of the largest church in New York City, Brooklyn’s Christian Cultural Center. In his book “Four Things Women Want from a Man,” Pastor Bernard reveals the qualities men need to have for a happy, lasting relationship. The pastor says he can help you make your relationship one that is “built to weather any storm.”

  • Cookie Johnson: Why She Stood by Magic Through It All
    Thu, Sep 07, 2017

    Cookie Johnson, wife of NBA legend, entrepreneur and philanthropist Earvin “Magic” Johnson, opens up about how her deep faith and spiritual beliefs have guided her through some of life’s darkest challenges. She reveals how her husband’s HIV diagnosis brought her to her knees, and how she found the strength to stand up again. Cookie also discusses how she reconciled her Christian faith with acceptance of her gay son, E.J.

  • President Jimmy Carter: His Prayers from Inside the White House
    Mon, Sep 04, 2017

    The former U.S. President and Nobel Peace Prize winner discusses how his faith guided him and how his global influence grew after he left the White House.  He also opens up about the secret to his over 70-year marriage to former First Lady Rosalynn. Following this interview, Mr. Carter announced he had been diagnosed with cancer.

  • Rainn Wilson: Why Are We Really Here?
    Wed, Aug 30, 2017

    Actor Rainn Wilson of “The Office” fame comes with his own list of “Life’s Big Questions.” Rainn reveals his uniquely spiritual upbringing and how it has affected every aspect of his life. Rainn also discusses his meaningful digital platform, “SoulPancake,” which challenges people to be “creative, explore their souls and dig into life’s big questions.” Rainn’s revelations about his beliefs in regards to art and prayer causes Oprah to say, “That made the hairs on my head raise.”

  • Mitch Albom: The Dying Know the Secrets to a Good Life
    Mon, Aug 28, 2017

    It’s been twenty years since Mitch wrote about the most impactful life lessons he learned from his former professor, Morrie Schwartz, who was dying from ALS. Mitch chronicled their weekly visits in one of the best-selling memoirs of all time, “Tuesdays with Morrie,” which has been translated in 41 languages. Oprah and Mitch discuss how Morrie’s lessons continue to resonate because of their universal truths about life and happiness.

  • Alanis Morissette: Is Happiness Temporary? (Maybe Thats Okay)
    Wed, Aug 23, 2017

    Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette reflects on passion, art and the spiritual lessons that helped her become grounded. Alanis is candid about the toll that fame took on her life. After admitting she didn’t laugh for two years, Alanis shares what she has come to realize about happiness: “I think happiness is a state, and it’s a temporary state. … Sitting in the seat of awareness can give some relief … but I wouldn’t call it happiness. I would call it the bliss, or the joy, of consciousness.”

  • Shauna Niequist: Start Living a Simpler, More Soulful Life
    Mon, Aug 21, 2017

    Does the life you want match the life you’re actually living? Many people might answer, “Not yet, but I’m too busy to work on it.” Shauna Niequist, mother, wife and author of the life-changing, best-selling book “Present Over Perfect,” tells Oprah how she went from being busy, exhausted and frantic to quiet, reflective and peaceful. Learn how to redesign your life from the inside out and live a simpler, more soulful life every day.

  • India.Arie, Part 2: Refresh Your Spiritual Roots
    Wed, Aug 16, 2017

    In Part 2 of Oprah’s conversation with India.Arie, a member of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100, the Grammy winner reveals how she returned to her spiritual roots, regained her energy and rediscovered her true identity. Oprah says, “India’s honesty and openness moves me deeply.”

  • India.Arie, Part 1: Why She Walked Away from Music
    Mon, Aug 14, 2017

    Do you ever feel spiritually exhausted but aren’t sure how to replenish or reconnect to your soul? Multiplatinum-selling singer India.Arie opens up about hitting rock bottom and ignoring the signs that her “soul was sick.” The Grammy winner tells Oprah about the spiritual crisis that caused her to walk away from the music industry for a four-year self-imposed hiatus.

  • Tony Robbins: Overcome Suffering and Live in a Beautiful State
    Fri, Aug 11, 2017

    Life strategist Tony Robbins will guide you through the skills needed to transform your life today. Tony’s wife, Sage, also joins the conversation to talk about the marriage-changing insights they have discovered through their journey as a couple.

  • Joel Osteen: The Two Powerful Words That Can Change Your Life
    Fri, Aug 11, 2017

    Learn how to manifest the life you want with two simple words. Pastor Joel Osteen, one of America’s most influential religious leaders, discusses personal success, the power behind the words we speak and how each of us can make a difference. Oprah says Pastor Osteen changed the way she speaks power into her life.

  • Deepak Chopra: Meditation 101
    Thu, Aug 10, 2017

    What is the best time of day to meditate? How much time should you meditate each day? What is a mantra? Listen as renowned spiritual pioneer Deepak Chopra demystifies meditation and answers the most frequently asked questions. Oprah has known Deepak for 25 years, and she says he has “inspired her to lead a more conscious life.”

  • Paulo Coelho, Part 2: Your Journey of Self-Discovery
    Thu, Aug 10, 2017

    Oprah’s conversation with best-selling author Paulo Coelho continues from his home in Switzerland. In Part 2, Paulo shares his unique spiritual journey and how he never lost faith in his personal dream.

  • Paulo Coelho, Part 1: What If the Universe Conspired in Your Favor?
    Thu, Aug 10, 2017

    Why are you really here? What is your personal purpose on earth? In an extraordinarily rare interview from his home in Switzerland, Paulo Coelho, the author of The Alchemist, one of the best-selling books of all time, answers life’s biggest questions. He teaches us about dreams, destiny and the one thing he believes will make us happy. Oprah says this about The Alchemist: “It’s the kind of book you want to share with the whole world.”

  • Arianna Huffington: What Will Be Your Spiritual Wake-up Call?
    Wed, Aug 09, 2017

    Is your life in overdrive? Are you frantic, stretched thin, doing too much with too little time? Entrepreneur and media mogul Arianna Huffington discusses the unexpected spiritual wake-up call that shifted her entire perception of success and what makes life meaningful. Oprah says this about Arianna’s candid interview: “Finally, someone says out loud what so many of us have been thinking.”

  • Tracy Morgan: What His Near-Death Experience Taught Him About How to Live
    Wed, Aug 09, 2017

    Superstar comedian Tracy Morgan, of “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock” fame, opens up about the near-death experience he had after a horrific multicar crash in 2014. While in a coma, Tracy encountered his late father, who told him, “I’m not ready for you, son.” Oprah says, “Anybody who has been able to live, go to the other side and come back has the greatest story to tell.”

  • Glennon Doyle: The Power of Embracing Your Messy, Beautiful Life
    Tue, Aug 08, 2017

    How to use a crisis as a springboard to a truer life. After a setback, how do you rise up instead of giving up? Glennon Doyle, best-selling author and creator of the popular online community Momastery, explains how sharing the truth of our lives is the key to unlocking a true spiritual connection with those around us. Oprah says this about Glennon, “It’s as if she reached into her heart, captured the raw emotions there and translated them into words.”

  • Iyanla Vanzant, Part 2: Back from the Brink
    Tue, Aug 08, 2017

    Oprah continues her conversation with life coach Iyanla Vanzant, who reveals how she came back from the brink of suicide and survived her daughter’s tragic death. Iyanla explains how she uses the lessons she’s learned throughout her life to help others in crisis.

  • Iyanla Vanzant, Part 1: Put the Pieces Back Together and Find Peace
    Tue, Aug 08, 2017

    Spiritual teacher/author/life coach Iyanla Vanzant sifts through the tragedies, misfortune and abuse she suffered in her early life. Iyanla opens up about how she was able to reinvent herself and claim the life she knew she was destined to live.

  • Sheryl Sandberg: How to Build Resilience and Find Joy After Loss
    Mon, Aug 07, 2017

    Cutting-edge research and advice on how to move forward after life’s inevitable setbacks, and how to build up your own resilience practically. Applying the lessons she learned after the unexpected death of her beloved husband, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg explains how to lean in to those uncomfortable conversations with friends and loved ones after loss.

  • Bren? Brown Part 2: Living with a Whole Heart
    Mon, Aug 07, 2017

    How to conquer shame and live with a whole heart. This is Part 2 of Oprah’s interview with renowned researcher Dr. Brené Brown. Oprah calls this an “aha-a-minute conversation!”

  • Bren? Brown Part 1: Daring Greatly
    Mon, Aug 07, 2017

    What is the real catalyst for human connection, and can we make our lives more meaningful through vulnerability? Oprah asks Dr. Brené Brown, a professor, New York Times best-selling author and nationally acclaimed speaker.

  • An Introduction
    Thu, Jul 27, 2017

    Awaken, discover and connect to the deeper meaning of the world around you with SuperSoul. Hear Oprah’s personal selection of her interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, as well as health and wellness experts. All designed to light you up, guide you through life’s big questions and help bring you one step closer to your best self.

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