Pandits are professional meditators who practice Transcendental Meditation for hours a day in the name of world peace. For two to three years, many of these men from India devote their lives to this practice in the cornfields of Iowa. On the day Oprah visits, nearly 800 are in residence. They've never allowed television cameras to film them—until now. Watch as Oprah gets an unprecedented look into the life of a pandit.