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Awaken, discover and connect to the deeper meaning of the world around you with SuperSoul. Hear Oprah’s personal selection of her interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual luminaries, as well as health and wellness experts. All designed to light you up, guide you through life’s big questions and help bring you one step closer to your best self.
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Journalist, podcaster and New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell discusses his new book, Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know. Malcolm examines his theory that prejudging people we don’t know can lead to dangerous consequences. Through well-known cases like the Bernie Madoff scandal, the Amanda Knox trial, the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse trial, and the racially charged arrest and death of Sandra Bland, Malcolm explains his belief that many of us unconsciously invite conflict and misunderstanding into our own lives.
Oprah talks to Cybill Shepherd, Ali MacGraw, Beverly Johnson, Jamie Lee Curtis and Bo Derek about what it's like to age in the spotlight. In a candid conversation, Cybill Shepherd reveals that her model looks opened doors for her and also discusses the moment she realized that heads were no longer turning her way. Oprah also sits down with ‘70s icon Ali MacGraw to talk about how she's learned to embrace getting older, as well as what it was like for her to realize she was not the "It girl" any more. Supermodel Beverly Johnson shares the moment she realized she should stop trying to look like a younger woman, and Jamie Lee Curtis discusses why aging has finally given her freedom. Bo Derek reveals why getting older makes her better. Oprah also shares her personal thoughts on getting older.
In a live interview from Vancouver in Canada, Oprah sits down with visionary thought leader, spiritual pioneer and New York Times best-selling author Eckhart Tolle. As a part of her Path Made Clear book tour, Oprah is joined on stage by Eckhart, a special guest who impacted her journey, for a unique one-on-one conversation. The two discuss how we can best accept the present moment and see it in its purest form; Eckhart also talks about how to control our ego and get to the “essence of who we are.” Finally, Oprah and Eckhart share their feelings on the media, social media and the seemingly troubled times in which we live.
In a live interview, Oprah sits down with New York Times best-selling author Cheryl Strayed. As a part of her “Path Made Clear” book tour, Oprah is joined on stage by this special guest, who impacted her journey, for a unique one-on-one conversation. Oprah and Cheryl discuss the meaning of forgiveness and the importance of vulnerability and regret. Cheryl also talks about turning 50 and why she now puts herself first. Cheryl’s best-selling memoir “Wild,” which recounted her spiritual journey hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, was chosen as an Oprah’s Book Club selection and went on to become a critically acclaimed film starring Reese Witherspoon.
Oprah sits down with Gary Zukav, spiritual pioneer, master teacher and author of four consecutive New York Times best sellers, including the internally acclaimed “The Seat of the Soul.” As a part of her “Path Made Clear” book tour, Oprah is joined on stage by this special guest, who impacted her journey, for a unique one-on-one conversation. Gary talks about living with intention and authentic power, and explains what he calls “holy, sacred moments.”
In memory of legendary author Toni Morrison, this encore presentation of an “Oprah Winfrey Show” episode features an interview with the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. They discusses one of Oprah’s all-time favorite books, Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye.” Oprah and Morrison are joined by four diverse viewers who have a special connection to the book. This discussion also contains one of the greatest lessons Oprah has ever learned, when Morrison posed the question: “When your child enters the room, does your face light up?” Finally, Oprah adds a special message expressing her thoughts on Morrison’s passing.
In a live interview, Oprah sits down with bestselling author, spiritual life coach and host of OWN's "Iyanla: Fix My Life," Iyanla Vanzant. As a part of her Path Made Clear book tour, Oprah is joined on stage by a special guest who impacted her journey for a unique one-on-one conversation. Iyanla talks about love, relationships, smart phones, spiritual practices, childhood trauma and her new book, Get Over It!: Thought Therapy for Healing the Hard Stuff.
Best Lifesaving Lessons

Best Lifesaving Lessons

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Oprah discusses the best lifesaving lessons she's learned and says we should use our intuition and the voice in our heads that says, "Something is off here." Oprah reflects on her Oprah Winfrey Show conversation with protection expert Gavin de Becker about what he calls “the gift of fear.” Oprah also recalls the lifesaving advice she never forgot from expert Sanford Strong: Never let an attacker take you to a second location. Actress Gabrielle Union shares her story about how she was brutally raped when she was 19 while working in a shoe store. Gabrielle said she ignored her instincts about an approaching customer because she didn't want to be rude.
The Best Relationship Advice

The Best Relationship Advice

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Oprah talks about the life-changing advice she received from her mentor Dr. Maya Angelou—"When someone tells you who they are, believe them"—and shares how she learned this lesson the hard way. Oprah also recalls teaming up with Dr. Phil to help engaged couple Angela and Eric confront mistrust and infidelity in their relationship. Then, Oprah revisits her interview with Dina McGreevey, ex-wife of former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey, who resigned from office after admitting to an affair with a man. Dina shares the secrets and signs of deception she missed in their marriage.
Maya Angelou once told Oprah, "When you know better, you do better." Oprah underscores this message with insightful stories from her own life and from those of Oprah Winfrey Show guests who learned from the mistakes they made. Oprah shares that she has empathy for other people's mistakes because she's made her own. Her message is, "It's never too late to change." Oprah also talks candidly about a 1988 episode with racist skinheads that forever changed the course of The Oprah Winfrey Show. Oprah reflects on the importance of taking responsibility for the energy you put into the world.
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Jessica J

Although all good reminders, again it's telling the women how not to be attacked and less about putting it on the men that shouldn't be attacking.

Sep 18th
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Wanjuhi Njiiri

Great lessons here. Praying for discerning!

Sep 16th
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Erin Busteed Shaffer

volume levels are poor

Sep 10th
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christopher lyles

Erin Busteed Shaffer Yes it is.

Sep 13th
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Nicole Middleton

locked this one in as my go-to episode for love injection. ❤

Sep 9th
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Jason Lockwood

Very inspiring.

Sep 4th
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Edward Fernandez

i like him on a personal level but i dont like how he speaks as if he is a voice for a god. As if he knows exactly what His god is thinking. so its all fluff regarding that but as a motovational speaker spreading a positive empowering message i agree with him. i just ignore the god parts.

Aug 27th
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Jacob

Edward Fernandez agree

Aug 28th
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JJ Todilinus

What a retarded lesson. Americans are truly uneducated people. The ancient Greeks wrestle with this idea even in the presocratic period, that intuition and emotions are terrible guides for everything and anything. Our intuition once led us to murder children on altars as propitiation to the gods, our intuition tells us that different races are threatening and could be diseased, our intuition and emotions led Hitler to murder millions because their appearance and disorder gave him a "gut feeling" that didn't sit right. I mean, this is why the world has a problem with Americans. You fall so easily for this stupidity and buy books and spend money. As Sokrates finally says, it's not by the externalities that you judge people - something MLK Jr would borrow later, but by a person's psyche", their soul, and by reason - not superstition. if each of us relied on our intuitions, I would be a way more terrible person. our intuition would hire the big breasted woman instead of the one who can do the job best, it would cause us to have all sorts of choices, preferences and conclusions that are on a reasoned examination wrong and irrational. it is only through reason that we can have moral conduct - the logos - and not thought emotion - the pathos. So you can keep looking for Oprah to give you advice - and maybe her intuition has helped her, but has helped her how? she is almost 70 and her face is still on every magazine, she promotes herself like a mad clown and her whole life she has been unable to find peace or happiness because of he unbridled ambition and material obsession. this is the last person who you should take advice from. to the Greeks, the Pythia had to be not only a mother, but a mother who had given birth to boy boys and girls, so that she can understand what it is like to be both male and female, both young and old, both man and son of God, ie spiritual and material.

Aug 23rd
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Karen Meyer

JJ Todilinus if you're so against Oprah, why are you trolling her podcast?

Sep 12th
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Crystal Wright

JJ Todilinus 👀👀👏👏

Aug 23rd
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Susanne Hovis

John Gray where you been all my life!

Aug 23rd
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Archie Smith

Susanne Hovis :)

Aug 23rd
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Meagan Beavers

❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Aug 18th
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Joanna Francis

Meagan Beavers ❤️

Aug 19th
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Kesha Mu

I needed these words today. I am very thankful to have been able to listen to such an enlightened message .

Aug 16th
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Tracider

Definitely one of my favorites.

Aug 15th
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Jennifer Arabella

Tracider 😍

Aug 16th
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Lulu Lopez

just love it

Aug 10th
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Victoria Linder-Turner

I really would like to be the person changed from a glass is half empty to a half full kind of girl. it just seems like it's not in the cards for me. it's actually really hard to see the world that way. I really did enjoy this conversation, because it gives me hope. Hoping to carry his words around with me today and see if I can keep them in my pocket for longer than a day.

Aug 9th
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M Moye

loved this pod cast

Aug 6th
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Santiago

M Moye Good!

Aug 7th
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Ms. Shaky Lady

SSooooo true!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Aug 5th
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Emmanuel

Ms. Shaky Lady yep!

Aug 6th
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M Moye

This is my 2nd or 3rd time listening to this convo. Love it!

Aug 5th
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KateSos75

M Moye Oprah's pod is so good!

Aug 5th
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d w

Geez, say "ice cream" ONE MORE TIME. 😐

Aug 5th
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Mackenzie

d w 😐😐😐

Aug 5th
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M Moye

This is absolutely the truth!

Aug 4th
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Gabriel

M Moye I agree

Aug 5th
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Annick van der Leeuw

what if it is your child?

Aug 1st
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Mohit Kumar

one sided... i didnt liked it isnt d person given a second chance you are near breaking.. jst try the love to join..to reconstruct plz

Aug 1st
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