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Dina shares the secrets and signs of deception she missed in their marriage. Maya Angelou once told Oprah, "When you know better, you do better. Oprah shares that she has empathy for other people's mistakes because she's made her own. Her message is, "It's never too late to change.
Oprah reflects on the importance of taking responsibility for the energy you put into the world. Oprah on the False Power of Ego. Oprah shares the ways in which it affected how others viewed her, as well as her own self-image. She explains what it felt like to finally make the connection, years later, to what was really driving her decision to share her weight struggles with the world. Oprah also offers advice for knowing when your ego is getting the best of you.
Arie: Life After Rock Bottom. Arie reveals the five most important lessons she learned after she hit rock bottom. Arie uses what she calls "songversation" to beautifully describe her journey from breakdown to breakthrough. It's not a performance, even. Songversation is a practice that is part meditation, part prayer, part fellowship and part action.
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Arie says she snapped under the unrelenting pressure of the music business. At age 35, she made the bold decision to take a hiatus, rethink her life and start over. Pastor John Gray: The Bridge. At age 31, Kris was diagnosed with an incurable cancer. She fought back, embracing a healthy lifestyle and launching a career as a wellness activist. More than a decade later, she is still thriving with cancer, and her healing journey has inspired many.
Yet, Kris confesses in her SuperSoul Session, as the 10th anniversary of her diagnosis approached, she desperately wanted to be cured. That's when Kris had an epiphany: She had to shift her thinking and learn to truly love herself—cancer and all. Kris also shares the three crucial things she has learned about self-acceptance. Cheryl says at the age of 33, she rented a cottage in the town of Sheffield, Massachusetts, hoping to finish writing her first book.
It had been her lifelong desire to write the great American novel, but now that she was so close, she found herself procrastinating and watching TV instead. She says she started to feel like a failure. At the age of 19, Shaka was sent to prison for second-degree murder.
After being incarcerated for nearly two decades, he walked out a changed man in Shaka also describes the moment in prison when he realized that compassion was the key to his spiritual transformation. I know for sure that this is a table. Even these seemingly simple truths are not concrete, he says. Eckhart goes so far as to say that we can't know for sure that life is not a dream, a question that has been posed by many philosophers.
Eckhart explains the importance of becoming more present in our daily lives and why the ability to become still is essential. Deepak goes on to discuss how, as babies, we are filled with curiosity, wonder and bliss. But when we start to be conditioned by the world around us, we begin to build a separate self—one that can fill us with anxiety, pressure and fear. He also discusses what it's like to become present and aware through meditation, and why this awareness is important to our well-being. Edith Eva Eger: The Choice. Holocaust survivor, psychologist and author Dr.
Eger shares how her traumatic experiences at the Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp shaped her life, and talks about her philosophies and her work as a clinical psychologist. At 91, she reminds us what courage looks like in the worst of times. Eger shares her healing process and explains how serving others in her work as a psychologist helped her to formulate a healthy relationship with her own trauma.
She openly shares her grief and resilience in hopes that others begin to embrace what is possible for their own lives. This special podcast episode features the first-ever conversation between Oprah and the five exonerated men who were once known as The Central Park Five. The four-part Netflix series focuses on the young men—Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise—who were sentenced between five and 15 years in prison and juvenile detention centers.
In , all five men were exonerated of their crimes after DNA evidence and a confession from the lone attacker, Matias Reyes, proved their innocence. The four-part series focuses on the young men — Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise — who were sentenced between five and 15 years in prison and juvenile detention centers.
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In a candid and emotional conversation, Elizabeth also provides an update on her personal life, sharing how she finds peace and healing after the death of her best friend and partner, Rayya Elias. He also explains true enlightenment as looking out from oneness and how these realizations can transform the way we live in our everyday world.
Amandla Stenberg: My Authenticity is my Activism. She shares her journey of becoming comfortable with her authentic self and loving who she was born to be. In a powerful conversation, Sister Joan defines what it means to be a prophet in today's modern world, and challenges us to combat complacency and apathy in our own lives. She outlines the key steps we can all take to lift America and the world out of its current state of polarization and political disarray. Rather than wait for others to solve the problems of inequality, injustice and poverty, Sister Joan explains why it is both our moral and spiritual responsibility to take action ourselves, making the world a better place for all.
Marie also believes our attitude, spirit and tenacity can affect the outcome of any challenge that comes our way. David explains there are two metaphorical mountains we must climb to live a moral life. David also shares how his own suffering led him to discover a deeper spiritual and connected life. Shefali Tsabary: The Awakened Life. Shefali Tsabary teaches us how to let go of traditional ways of thinking in order to become the essence of who we truly are.
She shares what she believes is the most powerful thought you can have and why it will benefit all your relationships. Tara Westover: Educated. Tara did not attend school or see doctors, and had minimal interaction with the outside world for 17 years.
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Despite this unorthodox upbringing, Tara taught herself enough mathematics and grammar to earn acceptance into Brigham Young University. Her quest for knowledge transformed her, taking her to Cambridge University, where she earned her Ph. This coming-of-age story of courage serves as an inspiring reminder to anyone looking to find their own, unique voice. Caroline also explains how to know when something is incongruent in your life and how to fix it.
Caroline is a five-time New York Times best-selling author and internationally renowned speaker in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality, mysticism, health and the science of medical intuition. Melinda Gates: The Moment of Lift. Through her work at the foundation over the last 15 years, Melinda has seen firsthand that empowering women and girls can bring transformational improvements in the health and prosperity of families, communities and societies.
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New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Gilbert is known for following her passion, but says she no longer advises others to do the same. Instead, Elizabeth makes the case to follow your curiosity. Elizabeth says she believes the word "passion" can trigger feelings of stress and pressure, and doesn't even know if she believes in following it anymore.
Rob explains how these prayers have led to some of his biggest revelations. How do you explain the joy felt during spiritually and emotionally challenging moments, such as when your legs are burning halfway through a marathon or when you cradle your 1-year-old in the middle of the night until she falls back to sleep?
He offers a definition of happiness that encompasses all things that bring us deep, lasting joy. Shawn also explains how by making a single positive behavioral change, you can spark a powerful chain of happiness in your own life. However, what she learned was something entirely different. Janet speaks about the deep space of lack in marginalized communities caused by a society that closes its eyes to the problems of people who are different. With deeply personal stories and humorous memories, Janet shares what she calls her path to authenticity.
Iyanla Vanzant: You Matter. Iyanla says decisions matter and so do you! Hear from luminaries and trailblazers in a wide array of fields share the life lessons that helped them find meaning and purpose in their own lives: A. Tim urges us to not let the inevitable setbacks in our lives push us too far off course, and shares how we can transform a setback into a comeback at any age.
Tim mixes humor with heart, sharing his personal insights on how to remain the best versions of ourselves. Oprah Winfrey: Your Own Truth. Why am I here?
And what do I have to offer? She also shares what she wants everyone to stop doing right now. Cynthia says that as an adult she was flooded with painful memories of sexual abuse from her childhood.