Super Soul Sunday
Sundays at 11 a.m. ET/PT
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.
What is the difference between faith and belief? Ram Dass explains why one resides in the head, the other in the heart. Then, he reflects on his stroke, reveals why he says he never felt sorry for himself, and shares what it taught him about spirituality.
On Sunday, April 22, "Super Soul Sunday" is exploring what it means to be present, with spiritual teacher and cultural icon Ram Dass. Watch the first minute of this must-see episode.
The earth gives us everything it has, and it doesn't ask for anything in return. So, SoulPancake decided to give people an unusual way to express their gratitude to the planet.
In a rare, intimate interview in Hawaii, Oprah talks to spiritual leader Ram Dass about his personal life, controversies and influence as a cultural icon in the '60s. Plus, watch the film Ram Dass: Fierce Grace, which chronicles Ram Dass' journey to consciousness.
Each day, author Daniel Pink asks himself one question: "Was I better today than I was yesterday?" Find out what daily practice Oprah says helps her make each day better than the last.
As humans, we spend a lot of time looking for answers. But sometimes, our greatest teachers are right at our feet. So SoulPancake headed to a park and asked people to share what they've learned from their pets.
Is there a sentence that sums up your life? Find out why best-selling author Daniel Pink says a great man or woman can be summed up in a few words. What does Oprah think her sentence would be?
Watch as Oprah celebrates the blooming of spring by sharing a piece from one of her favorite poets, Mary Oliver. Listen to Oprah read her poem "Why I Wake Early" and get inspired to start each day with happiness.
Oprah interviews best-selling author Daniel Pink to find out what truly motivates us. Then, the inspiring film Autism: The Musical follows five children as they attempt to put on a full-length musical. Plus, don't miss a new episode of What About Me? and an all-new short from SoulPancake.