Daniel shares two of his favorite exercises from his book A Whole New Mind.
We meet Deepak backstage, and he shared five steps to increase your awareness.
Jack Kornfield, one of the founding fathers of Buddhism in the United States, spends much of his time teaching the wisdom he's gained over 40 years of practicing the ancient philosophy. Watch as the spiritual teacher explains how it's possible to be a Christian, a Muslim or a Jew and still practice Buddhism.
At 79 years old, Shirley MacLaine has reprioritized what really matters to her, telling Oprah what effort she's let go of as she's aged and what trait has emerged in its place. Plus, the actress shares what she believes to be the purpose of aging, and reveals the important lesson it has to teach us.
Oprah finds out what delights actor and SoulPancake co-creator Rainn Wilson.
SoulPancake interviews a person from every decade of life about happiness.
Deepak Chopra explains the best ways to position your body during meditation.
Spend a few moments on the peaceful island of Maui.
When something shameful happens in your life, shame and vulnerability researcher Dr. Brene Brown says, there are six types of people with whom you shouldn't share the story. Watch to find out who they are. Plus, hear why she says everyone needs just one 'move-the-body friend.'
Filmmaker John Chester is stepping out from behind the camera and getting his hands dirty on the lands of his new home, Apricot Lane Farms. In 2011, he and his wife, Molly, started this organic and biodynamic farm in Southern California. Find out why he says the experience has forced him to become very comfortable with embracing failure and how it has taught him true patience.
At age 64, she had just become the first person to swim 110 miles from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage. So what did Diana Nyad do the morning after making history? Find out what news segment she said she no longer 'gave a crap about,' and hear why she says she's almost happier about the swim being over than about actually accomplishing the feat.
Guy Johnson is often asked what it's like to be Dr. Maya Angelou's son. He says he never felt as if he lived in her shadow. Instead, he lived in her light. Watch as Guy shares memories of his magnificent mother.
An interview with Ayana Mathis, whose novel was chosen in Oprah's Book Club 2.0.
Back in 1980, Dr. Brian Weiss was using hypnotherapy with a patient named Catherine to discover the roots of her paralyzing phobias. During one of their sessions, Dr. Weiss asked Catherine to go back to the time those phobias started. Instead of going back to childhood, she went back 4,000 years in time to a past life. At first, Dr. Weiss, an Ivy League-trained psychiatrist, thought what she was saying was unbelievable. Then, Catherine said something that turned Dr. Weiss from skeptic to believer. Find out what it was.
At age 60, Shirley MacLaine embarked on a solo pilgrimage along what is known as El Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile trail that crosses from France into northern Spain. Watch as she tells Oprah about the hardest part of the journey.
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