Super Soul Sunday
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In DeVon Franklin's opinion, what is the soul? Where does he find himself most at peace? What does prayer truly mean to him? Watch as Oprah and DeVon, a preacher and Hollywood producer, discuss life's big questions and what he knows for sure.
In his book, Produced by Faith, DeVon Franklin says the movie of your life has no story without great characters. He says he's always had a strong supporting cast, and it's about to get bigger when he weds actress Meagan Good. Watch as he opens up about how they worked to create a solid foundation for their marriage with counseling from Bishop T.D. Jakes.
Spend some time among the artful bonsai trees at the Chicago Botanic Garden and think about the power you have to shape your own life. "Bonsai," which means "tray planting" in Japanese, is an art form that celebrates patience and refinement over a period of time. Be inspired to do the same in your life.
In an all-new "Super Soul Sunday," best-selling author Sarah Ban Breathnach tells how she achieved multimillion-dollar success...and then lost it all. Watch as the Simple Abundance author sits down for a conversation about finding your true self, a talk, she says, she can only have with Oprah.
Once you establish a vision for your life, relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant says, there are three ways to nurture that dream. Watch to find out how to grow your vision.
Relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant says something as simple as visualizing an orange can help you realize a vision for your life. Try this exercise at home and find out how you can become pregnant with possibility.
In an all-new "Super Soul Sunday," go behind the scenes of Oprah's Lifeclass: the Tour for an exclusive look at what happened before the broadcast in Toronto with two of the Oprah's Lifeclass superstar teachers, Iyanla Vanzant and Tony Robbins.
It takes a great team to produce some good news. In this exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, see what it took for SoulPancake to put together a good-news news desk.
Thich Nhat Hanh says he realized he wanted to be a Buddhist monk at age 7. Watch as he shares how his parents reacted and why that deep desire, what he calls the beginner's mind, is still very much alive in him today.
The Dhamma Brothers is a film that chronicles what happens when two Buddhist teachers enter Alabama's tough William E. Donaldson Correctional Facility to teach prisoners an ancient meditation technique called Vipassana. In this update, find out how many prisoners have taken the Vipassana program since the filming. Plus, former inmate Charles Ice shares how meditation has given him a sense of peace since leaving prison.
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