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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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As a part of WW Presents Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus Tour, Peabody- and Emmy-winning comedian, actress and New York Times best-selling author Amy Schumer sits down with Oprah in front of a live audience in Charlotte, North Carolina. Amy gets personal about her struggles with IVF, explains why she believes all women are warriors and talks about her revealing social media posts.  Amy also shares her thoughts on marriage, being authentic and how she learned to love herself. Amy is also a Grammy, Tony and Golden Globe nominee.
As a part of Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus Tour Presented by WW, Emmy-, Golden Globe- and Screen Actors Guild Award-winner Tina Fey sits down with Oprah in front of a live audience in St. Paul, Minnesota. The actress, comedian, writer, producer, playwright and New York Times best-selling author discusses her lifetime WW membership and the positive impact the program has had on her personal life and career. Tina also talks about the first time she played Sarah Palin on SNL, her Golden Globes hosting gig and her hit movie and Broadway musical Mean Girls. Also, Tina reveals who makes her laugh and opens up about raising her two young daughters in today’s social-media age. 
As a part of WW presents Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus Tour, Grammy- and Oscar-winner Lady Gaga sits down with Oprah in front of a live audience in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lady Gaga talks honestly about the lessons she’s learned as an international pop star, actress and cultural icon. As she says, “There’s a discipline for passion, and it’s not about how many times you get rejected or you fall down or you’ve been beaten up; it’s how many times you stand up and are brave and you keep on going.” Lady Gaga also shares intimate details on how and why she created her famous persona, which she describes as a “superhero.” She talks about her personal traumas, her struggle with chronic pain, and her daily rituals of mental and physical wellness. Lady Gaga also shares her greatest spiritual awakening.
Oprah and Bishop T.D. Jakes talk about how to use transformational thinking to get to the core of who you really are, move beyond limiting beliefs and live life in a new and more purposeful way. Bishop Jakes is known for cutting to the core of many matters and now he's demonstrating how to become who we are meant to be. Bishop Jakes uses an apple to show how we are often surrounded by situations and expectations that prevent us from getting to our true centers. Find out why he says that at the center of everything lie the seeds of our highest potential. While some people feel paralyzed by fear and self-doubt, others find ways to move past them. Bishop Jakes reveals what separates people who nurse their fears from the those who rebuke them. Bishop Jakes also encourages an audience member to stop putting her life on hold.
Faith, the Two-Legged Dog

Faith, the Two-Legged Dog

2019-12-2500:26:22

Oprah talks about the many ways animals teach and inspire us. Oprah shares the lessons she's learned from her own dogs and from other animals featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Oprah says one of her greatest teachers was her beloved dog Sophie. Oprah was also inspired by one of her most memorable guests, Faith, the dog who overcame severe deformities to learn to walk on two legs. "If that little dog can do that, what can you do?" Oprah asks. Oprah also takes a look back at a ground-breaking program called Puppies Behind Bars, which teaches prisoners to train puppies to become service dogs for wounded soldiers. Oscar-nominee Glenn Close takes us inside a prison to hear how men with histories of violence are being transformed by this amazing program. Finally, Oprah looks back on a touching moment played out in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, as Nate Berkus comes to the aid of a survivor unable to part with his beloved dog, Rafiki.
Oprah and Pastor Joel Osteen take the stage at Houston’s Hobby Center, with an audience of thousands, to share the principles that guide our lives. Pastor Osteen explains why what we say after “I am” is what we become. He says the words you speak can become your destiny. Pastor Osteen leads Oprah and the audience in a powerful "I am" exercise. If you want to know what you're going to be like in five years, Pastor Osteen says, you should listen to what you're saying about yourself right now. Oprah and Pastor Osteen also take questions from the audience. (Joel Osteen is the lead pastor at Houston’s Lakewood Church which serves more than 50,000 attendees a week, one of the largest and most inclusive congregations in the country. His weekly televised sermons can be seen in more than 100 countries with an estimated viewership of seven million people.)
Oprah is joined by Dr. Phil to talk about his New York Times best-selling book “Life Code: The New Rules for Winning in the Real World.” Using the principles in his book, Dr. Phil explains how to play big and become the star in your own life by defining success, spotting obstacles and harnessing the right tools to get what you want in life.
Oprah and Dr. Phil join together to uncover how to spot and stop the bad people in your life, using principles from Dr. Phil's New York Times best-selling book "Life Code: The New Rules for Winning in the Real World." They uncover the truth about who may be taking advantage of you: the users, abusers and overall bad people we all have in our lives.
Oprah explores what she calls one of the most important laws of physics and in life: Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Oprah explains why she lives her life by this law, which states, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Oprah then explains to an audience why she believes the law affects everything we do physically, emotionally, financially and spiritually. She says, “The energy you’re putting out right now is coming back to you all the time whether you recognize it or not. And, if you can become conscious of that then it will change the way you operate your entire life.” Oprah also talks about Newton’s Third Law of Motion with filmmaker Tom Shadyac who gave up his glamorous Hollywood life after a near death accident.
Oprah talks with Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the New York Times best-selling book The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts. Oprah learns her love language and Dr. Chapman explains how knowing your partner’s love language can transform your relationship. Couples across the country demonstrate how this concept brought their marriages back from the brink of divorce. Plus, The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck, one of Dr. Chapman's biggest fans, explains how the book changed her marriage.
Iyanla Vanzant joins Oprah to help viewers move beyond the guilt weighing them down in their lives. Iyanla teaches us how to grow beyond guilt so that we may experience true freedom. Oprah and Iyanla talk with Amy, a mother of three, who says she is shackled to her guilt after making a terrible decision two years ago. Iyanla helps Amy uncover the root cause of her guilt and shame. Then, through Facebook, Twitter and Skype, Oprah and Iyanla take questions from people around the world.
Grammy and Oscar winner Lady Gaga talks about the lessons she’s learned as an international pop star, actress and cultural icon. Lady Gaga shares intimate details on how and why she created her famous persona. She also talks about her personal traumas, her daily rituals of mental and physical wellness and how she learned it’s her life’s purpose to help heal the world through kindness. Lady Gaga also discusses why she recently became an entrepreneur, creating Haus Laboratories, her brand-new beauty company.
Grammy-, Emmy- and Tony-winning actress Cynthia Erivo discusses her starring role in the upcoming film “Harriet.” “Harriet” is the first feature film to tell the true story of one of the most iconic women in American history, Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman went from being a runaway slave to becoming one of the most revered abolitionists of her time, guiding more than 70 slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Cynthia addresses the backlash on social media surrounding the fact that she is British, playing a beloved, African-American hero. Cynthia also talks about her star-making role as Celie in the Tony-Award winning Broadway revival of “The Color Purple.”
Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o discusses her fast rise to fame, colorism and her new children’s book, Sulwe.  Sulwe tells the story of a young, dark-skinned girl struggling to discover and embrace her beauty. Lupita talks about winning the Oscar for her performance in “12 Years A Slave,” the $1.3 billion blockbuster Black Panther and her dual role in Jordan Peele’s psychological thriller, Us. Lupita also shares the details behind the explosive New York Times op-ed article she wrote about her alleged sexual harassment from disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
Buddhist nun, author and a pioneer of the mindfulness movement, Pema Chödrön discusses her new book, Welcoming the Unwelcome. Pema reminds us how to connect to our basic goodness. She shares the first thing we should do when things show up for us that are uncomfortable, stressful or hopeless. Pema also addresses the recent sexual abuse allegations that rocked the Buddhist community.
Environmental activist, actress and author Suzy Amis Cameron discusses her new book, OMD: The Simple, Plant-Based Program to Save Your Health, Save Your Waistline and Save the Planet. Suzy asks readers to commit to one plant-based meal a day to help save the planet and improve health. She also discusses her storied career, her marriage to director James Cameron and what she is most grateful for.
The first Native American to be named United States Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo discusses her tumultuous life, her career as an award-winning poet and her newest book of poetry, “An American Sunrise.” Joy also talks about reparations, universal connection, her native ancestors and our innate, self-protective instincts.
Chanel Miller: Know My Name

Chanel Miller: Know My Name

2019-10-0200:41:48

Chanel Miller, formerly known to the world as “Emily Doe,” steps out of the shadows after she was sexually assaulted on the Stanford University campus in 2015. In her memoir, Know My Name, Chanel shares the personal impact of the aftermath of the assault and the trial that followed.
Chanel Miller, the Stanford rape survivor previously known as “Emily Doe,” powerfully narrates her own story in the audiobook format of Know My Name, published by Penguin Random House Audio. Chanel’s statement to Brock Turner during his sentencing gave voice to millions of survivors, and now you can hear her voice here, telling her own story. You can purchase the audiobook wherever digital audiobooks are sold.
Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, Bob Iger, discusses his book, The Ride of a Lifetime. Bob shares the values and lessons he’s learned from his legendary 40-plus-year career in the entertainment business. Bob also talks about his close relationship with Steve Jobs, the origins of the blockbuster movie Black Panther and canceling TV’s number-one hit, Roseanne, after her infamous tweet.
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cootabides

inspirational.

Jan 20th
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Mandy Monaco

hey the aging well episode...you need to delete the comment about Camille Cosby. it's insensitive to an episode with Beverly Johnson who was drugged by Bill Cosby.

Jan 17th
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Anatatagata

I really think you should get Sadhguru on your show. Will blow your audience away

Jan 11th
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Irma Rivera

Where is Contessa now 2020?

Jan 10th
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Živilė Ma

When intimate, soulful and deep conversations go ... American way. You take arena full of ppl and invite LadyGaga... SuperSoul Sessions has been my ever favorite podcast, but a few last episodes were a disappointment. All of that cheering, clapping and ovations is just wrong and annoying. For me it just doesn’t match. Can you have a deep, insightful conversation at a party with a bunch of ppl? Nope. I hope this is not the new concept and there will be more private, one-on-one podcasts in the future.

Jan 10th
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Barbara Jones

this episode helped me so much after losing my mom to cancer. I don't think I would have dealt with the grief in a healthy way if I had not heard her story. thank you!!

Jan 9th
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Maria Villagomez

what's with the background noise??!!! shhhh!! I can enjoy the podcast without having to verbally agree EVERYTHING they are saying.

Jan 8th
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Jacinda Forts

how yall gonna ask her what was pain she was anesthetizing, then when she answered yall gonna tell her she living in the past...bruh

Jan 7th
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LaToya Johnson

loved this!! after listening to this I felt recharged!! thanks!

Jan 4th
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Cara Echino

Had to turn it off. The people in the background were way too distracting!!

Jan 3rd
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Olga Markovic

I felt the same way hard to concentrate with all the people in the back making noises☹️

Jan 2nd
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Susan Currie

Too much background noise, luv this man but too many people a lot of noise. I couldn’t concentrate, let alone hear his beautiful message. Disappointing...

Jan 2nd
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Valerie Jensen

I started listening to this podcast from the beginning after I found out my husband was cheating on me in July 2019 & it completely changed my life. THANK YOU so much, Oprah for doing this and for everything you do for all people around the world ! 💕

Dec 28th
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Ronald James

I think it was very inlighting.

Dec 20th
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Vlad

Easily one of the best SuperSoul episodes along with “Your Own Truth”. 🔥

Dec 16th
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SIDÓNIA Moniz

love it♥️🙏🙏

Dec 9th
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Phill Smallwood

wlalwwwswwwswswwa

Dec 9th
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isabel A

marriage

Dec 7th
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Victoria Adesanmi

when you know better, you do better. Thanks.

Dec 6th
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Gita Shah

Your podcasts are changing my life for better!!! THANK YOU❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Dec 4th
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