Super Soul Sunday
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Jean Houston describes herself as an "evocateur of the possible" and a "midwife of souls," and says her spiritual evolution started at age 6. After getting in trouble with the nuns at her Catholic school, Jean locked herself in a closet to cry and pray for a miracle (even promising to give up candy). After she stepped out of that closet, she says, the whole world shifted. Watch as she tells the story of her spiritual awakening to Oprah.
Joseph Campbell was a great American writer and mythologist, who wrote about what he called the hero's journey. From Homer's 'Odyssey' to Luke Skywalker's story in 'Star Wars,' he recognized a theme that applies to our own lives: We are the heroes of our own lives. Jean Houston, a friend and colleague of Campbell's, also believes in the hero's journey. Watch as she discusses the first step in becoming the hero of your own life and realizing the power of your own possibility: the call to adventure.
Oprah says one of her biggest spiritual teachings came from The Wizard of Oz. In her new book, The Wizard of Us, spiritual teacher Jean Houston uses that story as an example to show us how every single person takes a journey to become the hero of her own life. Watch as Jean shares the steps of every hero's journey. Then, watch as Oprah reveals the milestones of her own hero's journey.
Aging doesn't mean the end of your story. In fact, Jean Houston says, getting older awakens you to your higher purpose. Watch as she reflects on being 75 and the hardest lesson she had to learn. Plus, find out why she says life got really good at age 60.
What is the message Jean Houston most wants us all to know? Find out why she says we are all capable of handling the greatest challenges of our time. Then, watch as she turns the tables on Oprah and asks her one very important question: Where does she want to be at age 75?
Yoga expert Seane Corn travels 250 days a year teaching. When she's home, she finds peace nestled in nature on 14 acres of land in Southern California. But she doesn't find it in a huge home. Instead, she finds it in a tiny yurt. Take a tour of her sacred space!
Where do up-and-coming spiritual teachers Gabrielle Bernstein, Mastin Kipp and Marie Forleo find God? They're not looking to the sky; they're looking right in front of them. Find out how they stay connected to a higher power in everyday situations.
You don't need to be religious to live a more spiritual life. Watch as up-and-coming spiritual teachers Gabrielle Bernstein, Mastin Kipp and Marie Forleo each give three simple ways to enlighten your life today.
Up-and-coming spiritual teachers Gabrielle Bernstein, Mastin Kipp and Marie Forleo say they especially see a sense of spiritual urgency in 20-something women. Find out why they think this group of people is so hungry for spiritual knowledge and fulfillment. Plus, do men and women look for spirituality in different ways?
It's time for another round of life's big questions, this time with up-and-coming spiritual teachers Gabrielle Bernstein, Mastin Kipp and Marie Forleo. What's the difference between religion and spirituality? How do they each define God? What are they grateful for? Watch and get their enlightening answers.
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