On Monday, April 23, Deepak Chopra joins Oprah to help viewers find spiritual solutions to life's most difficult problems. Plus, gossip blogger Perez Hilton talks about his path to spiritual awakening and how it has impacted his business.
Sixteen-year-old Joseph hasn't seen his father in the three and a half years after his parents divorced. Watch as Iyanla helps him let go of the hurt through a powerful teaching tool called the Empty Chair exercise.
Viewer Ashok says that before his divorce, he had a close relationship with his two children. After the divorce, he says, they became very angry with him. Watch as Tony Robbins helps guide him through a reconciliation process and shares his own story of reconnecting with his children after divorce.
Tony Robbins says self-awareness is one of the rarest of human commodities, but one tool can help you achieve self-awareness: love. Watch as Tony walks us through the four levels of love and shares which one we ideally want to reach.
In grade school, viewer Kerri accused a classmate of stealing her watch, only to find out later he never stole it at all. She never apologized and has been carrying the guilt with her for decades. Watch as Deepak Chopra shares the gift this situation has actually given her.
How do you deal with someone you have forgiven who doesn't accept your apology? How do you cope if you've forgiven someone who died before you could tell him or her? Watch as Deepak Chopra answers these questions from Twitter users during a commercial break.
How can we forgive ourselves and others without being vulnerable to being hurt again? Bishop T.D. Jakes says that not forgiving can put you in your own prison. Learn why. Plus, find out why he says unchecked unforgiveness is a cancer of the soul.
Forgiveness isn't always easy, but Bishop T.D. Jakes says it's a recipe for a better life. Watch as Bishop Jakes explains why forgiveness will take away the bitterness that festers in a state of unforgiveness.
A viewer on Twitter asks how to forgive a family member you must be in constant contact with. Bishop T.D. Jakes says you need to understand in what way that person might be broken and how to adjust your expectations. Find out why he says you "can't love a pint person at a gallon level."