Super Soul Sunday
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Janet from Chicago is caring for her mother, who is in the final days of her life. Janet wants to know how to balance her grief with staying open to the lessons this time can teach her. Watch as spiritual teacher Panache Desai shares why staying present in times like these is so important?
It's an aha! moment a minute in this round of Soul to Soul! Find out spiritual teacher Panache Desai's definition of God, what prayer means to him and why he says we all have a little piece of Harry Potter inside of us.
When was the last time someone said that you were beautiful? It could have happened just by looking at a lamppost or a mirror. Meet Matthew Hoffman, the man who started a movement after he printed up a couple hundred stickers with a simple message: You are beautiful. Learn more about Matthew's mission and see how far the love has spread!
Spiritual teacher Debbie Ford takes on some of life's biggest questions. Watch to get her inspiring answers as she and Oprah go soul to soul.
Nate Berkus says that since surviving the Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004, he's never defined himself by anything other than his ability to survive. In fact, he says, he doesn't recognize the person he was before the tsunami hit. Find out why Nate says he trusts himself and likes himself more today, and hear why he wouldn't trade everything he's learned post-tsunami for the world.
Fernando Bengoechea was a photographer who traveled the world on assignment and was the love of designer Nate Berkus' life. The two met on a photo shoot for O at Home magazine in 2003. Watch as Nate explains the powerful connection they had that very first day and shares how Fernando showed Nate a bigger, more beautiful life than he could have imagined for himself.
After surviving the 2004 tsunami and losing the love of his life, designer Nate Berkus came home and began picking up the spiritual pieces of his life. Find out why he says seeing such suffering was a gift. Plus, Nate opens up about the ultimate gift he and his partner, Fernando Bengoechea, gave one another.
What does the world need most? What is designer Nate Berkus most grateful for? Where does he feel most at home? Watch as Oprah and Nate go soul to soul in another round of life's biggest questions.
Since he was a little boy, designer Nate Berkus has been drawn to the sea. In 2004, he survived the Indian Ocean tsunami, a natural disaster that took the lives of more than 200,000 people, including his partner, Fernando Bengoechea. Find out what it was like for Nate to return to the sea after losing Fernando and why the water now brings him comfort.
It's the natural disaster that changed designer Nate Berkus' life. Now, Nate reflects on losing the love of his life in the 2004 tsunami and how that experience transformed him forever. Watch the full episode on demand.