Thought leader Deepak Chopra sees tremendous hope in social networks.
How Ann revived the neighborhood bookstore and why they are so important.
Mariel Hemingway and her soul mate, Bobby Williams, say every day is an opportunity to find ways, big and small, to transform our lives. One way to connect with the day ahead is to start with a simple morning ritual. Watch as Mariel, Bobby and Oprah share theirs. Plus, find out what two nighttime reflections can ensure your tomorrow is already off to the right start.
In September 2013, after four unsuccessful previous attempts, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage. Find out what mantra kept her going.
Rainn Wilson talks with Oprah about how the idea for SoulPancake came about.
Debbie Ford admits that has been battling cancer for more than a decade.
Gabrielle Bernstein, Mastin Kipp and Marie Forleo discuss how to stay grateful.
Marathon swimming takes a toll on the body, mind and spirit. For record-breaking swimmer Diana Nyad, a mix of dehydration, sleep deprivation and prolonged saltwater exposure produced a dreamlike state that caused her to hallucinate. Watch as Diana reflects on the experience she had during her 53-hour swim from Cuba to Florida, and find out what she saw.
We meet Deepak backstage, and he shared five steps to increase your awareness.
Record-breaking swimmer Diana Nyad says that, as a teenager, she was sexually abused by a swim coach. Years later, she told the story of her sexual abuse at a speaking engagement and met an older woman who then shared her own experience of being sexually abused as a child at the hands of the Nazis. Watch as Diana recounts this woman's story and find out why she says her encounter with this fellow survivor helped her heal more than anything else.
In the mid-'80s, Howard Schultz left a small Seattle coffee company called Starbucks to start his own vision of what coffee should be. After being turned down more than 200 times by investors, Howard finally raised enough money to open the first Il Giornale location, a coffee bar inspired by the neighborhood espresso bars he visited in Italy. Then, Howard says, the owner of Starbucks approached him to say he was selling Starbucks. Watch as Howard tells Oprah about that moment and reveals why he thinks he got lucky, even though he doesn't believe in luck.
As one of the elders of American Buddhist thought, Jack Kornfield has become a teacher in the ways of mindful living. Watch as he offers his best advice for how to live in the present moment and appreciate the world on a deeper level.
In April 2000, Howard Schultz stepped down as CEO of Starbucks but remained chairman of the board. By 2007, he sensed something was missing in the company and began to consider returning as CEO. Just as he resumed his role, the recession hit and sales were down for the first time in the history of Starbucks. Worst of all, he says, the company had lost sight of its core values. Watch as Howard opens up about the company's 'spiritual crisis.'
It's an aha! moment a minute in this round of Soul to Soul! Find out spiritual teacher Panache Desai's definition of God, what prayer means to him and why he says we all have a little piece of Harry Potter inside of us.
No matter what day it is, there is one important thing Gary Zukav does each morning: He tells his partner, Linda, that he loves her. Watch Gary share with Oprah how his childhood influenced this ritual and what else he does for 15 to 30 minutes each day to stay grounded.
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