Super Soul Sunday
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Alabama's William E. Donaldson Correctional Facility houses 1,500 men considered the state's most dangerous prisoners. The Dhamma Brothers documents what happens when two Buddhist teachers enter the prison to try to transform the lives of the men behind bars. Watch a trailer of this moving film.
What is the greatest desire of Deepak Chopra's heart? Does he think his life's purpose is being fulfilled? Watch as Deepak and Oprah discuss life's big questions, and Deepak finishes some of Oprah's sentences in a thought-provoking exercise.
The practice of tea meditation helps one become fully present in the here and now. Watch as Thich Nhat Hanh guides Oprah through the practice; then, try it for yourself.
Thich Nhat Hanh says that one does not have to meditate only on a daily basis; one can meditate every moment. Watch as he shares four moving mantras we can all practice whether we are with someone or alone.
Oprah interviews Thich Nhat Hanh, a Buddhist monk and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, about his extraordinary life and dedication to mindful meditation. Plus, don't miss the OWN premiere of The Dhamma Brothers, an eye-opening film about the healing power of meditation behind bars.
What is the life of a Buddhist monk really like? Nobel Peace Prize nominee Thich Nhat Hanh shares whether he regrets giving up marriage and children, and reveals why his life's mission brings him joy and peace.
In a special one-hour "Super Soul Sunday," Oprah sits down with world-renowned thought leader Deepak Chopra in his homeland of India to discuss his groundbreaking work, family and creating harmony in your own life.
In Sanskrit, "yoga" means "to unite." For centuries, this practice has been used to unite the mind, body and spirit. Take a deep breath, find your center and learn how to be in better harmony with the present moment.
Spiritual teacher Deepak Chopra says people only grow old when they stop growing spiritually and mentally, and says it's possible to change your physical age simply by changing your perception. Find out 10 ways you can shift your thinking and reduce blood pressure, minimize wrinkles and strengthen your immune system at the same time.
In 2011, when he lived as a monk for 30 days in Thailand, spiritual teacher Deepak Chopra shaved his head, begged for food and meditated for hours each night on his own death. Watch as he reflects on the experience and how it changed him forever.