Super Soul Sunday
Sundays at 11 a.m. ET/PT
This week on "Super Soul Sunday," watch Oprah's riveting conversation with Sufi mystic Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee and the documentary Love Hate Love.
Under the oaks at Oprah's home in California, Sufi mystic Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee defines Sufism and explains why it's about love and the heart.
Oprah talks with Sufi mystic Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee about why it's difficult for people to embrace the idea of oneness when the world feels so broken.
In a post-screening dialogue at the Tribeca Film Festival that includes the documentary's directors and executive producer Sean Penn, the subjects of Love Hate Love share stories of how they had to keep living their lives.
Love Hate Love is the story of how acts of terrorism changed the lives of three people forever. Executive produced by Sean Penn, the documentary follows the journeys of these survivors on a path to choose love after facing the unthinkable. Watch the trailer; then tune in Sunday morning, March 4, to view the entire film on "Super Soul Sunday" at 11/10c.
Author Daniel Pink explains to Oprah why it's important to have job skills that are difficult to outsource and automate.
Watch Daniel Pink share two of his favorite exercises with Oprah: the gratitude visit and picturing yourself at 90.
In Daniel Pink's book A Whole New Mind, he shares what he calls the six senses, which are right-brain functions that increasingly guide our lives and shape our world. Watch Daniel describe three of the senses: design, story and sympathy.
When you're a kid, you can connect with almost anybody. But as you get older, friendships can be harder to find. SoulPancake built a fun space on a busy street corner where people could take a seat and make a new friend.
In this week's Breathing Space, we visit Platform Studios in Chicago to take in the beauty of light and form through the eyes of eight artists.