Super Soul Sunday
Sundays at 11 a.m. ET/PT
Posted: Wed 04/10/2013 08:00 AM
Over the years, Oprah has talked to many men and women struggling with the same burden—guilt. Watch as she and relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant look back on lessons learned from divorced parents, working mothers, Dr. Phil and a famous actress who blamed herself for her mother's death.
Tune in at 11 a.m. ET/PT on OWN or join our worldwide simulcast on Oprah.com, Facebook.com/OWNTV or Facebook.com/SuperSoulSunday.
Posted: Mon 04/08/2013 11:49 AM
This Sunday on "Super Soul Sunday" Presents "Oprah's Lifeclass", Iyanla Vanzant joins Oprah to help viewers move beyond the guilt that's weighing them down. Plus, Iyanla teaches us how to grow beyond guilt so that we may experience true freedom in our lives. Then, Oprah and Iyanla talk with Amy, a mother of three, who says she is shackled to her guilt after making a terrible decision two years ago. Tune in at 11 a.m. ET/PT on OWN or join our worldwide simulcast on Oprah.com, Facebook.com/OWNTV or Facebook.com/SuperSoulSunday.
Get Ready for Class!
Posted: Sun 09/16/2012 02:00 PM
Born Rhonda Harris, Iyanla Vanzant rose from the broken pieces of her past to heal herself and help others. In a two-part conversation with Oprah on "Super Soul Sunday," Iyanla opened up about how she embraced her spirit and became who she is today.
Iyanla says a major milestone of her journey took place in her 20s when she changed her name. Watch as Iyanla reveals how she chose her new name and what it means. Plus, Iyanla shares the difference between Rhonda's belief in God and her own:
The first time Iyanla Vanzant saw God, she says, God was a woman standing behind her in the mirror. The second time, Iyanla says, God came to her after she attempted suicide. Watch as Iyanla opens up about that experience:
Today, Iyanla says she reads the Bible everyday—but never leaves home without her music. Find out why she says music ministers to her soul and see which songs are on her spiritual playlist:
No matter what she's facing, Iyanla says there are 3 go-to prayers she turns to. Find out what they are:
Posted: Sun 09/16/2012 02:00 PM
Even in her darkest moments, spiritual teacher and author Iyanla Vanzant finds the light. On Christmas 2003, she lost her daughter Gemmia to a rare form colon cancer. She was 30 years old. "She was an exquisite, exquisite soul and an exquisite spirit," Iyanla says. "My greatest teacher."
A prolific journaler, Gemmia recorded had recorded her thoughts for more than 10 years. A few months after her death, Iyanla started reading all of her journals. Watch as Iyanla shares one of Gemmia's entries and what she learned from it:
Today, Iyanla says she still feels her daughter's presence. Watch as she opens up about how she still communicates with Gemmia and what Iyanla thinks happens after we die:
Posted: Fri 09/14/2012 08:01 AM
Iyanla Vanzant says music ministers to her soul—anything from Yolanda Adams to Eminem! Watch this sneak peek of Sunday's show to see what else is on Iyanla's spiritual playlist.
Watch their conversation at 11 a.m. ET/PT this Sunday. You can also watch from anywhere in the world on Oprah.com, Facebook.com/OWNTV and Facebook.com/SuperSoulSunday.