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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.

Latest Episodes

Conversations with Oprah: Elie Wiesel

From July 15, 1993 Oprah Winfrey Show: Activist, author and Nobel Peace Prize-winner, Elie Wiesel, discusses his New York Time Bestseller, Night, which recounts his experience as a Holocaust survivor. Wiesel opens up about his memories of the Auschwitz concentration camp, the first thing he did once he was freed and the lessons he learned through it all. Elie Wiesel passed away in 2016 at his home in Manhattan. He was 87.

28 min4 d ago
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Conversations with Oprah: Elie Wiesel

Shirley MacLaine on Love, Sex and Reincarnation

From April 11, 2011: On the Oprah Winfrey Show, Oscar-, Golden Globe-, Emmy-winning actress and author Shirley MacLaine discusses her New York Times best-selling bookI’m Over All That. She opens up about her decades in show business, her favorite leading men and her lifelong spiritual journey. Shirley also describes what she calls “orphan psychology,” and how it allows her to be kinder to herself and others.

26 min1 w ago
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Shirley MacLaine on Love, Sex and Reincarnation

Understanding “A Return to Love”

From the June 24, 1992: Spiritual leader, activist and author Marianne Williamson joins The Oprah Winfrey Show to discuss her New York Times best-selling bookA Return to Love. She explains her concepts of love and inner peace, and what she considers “a real miracle:” perspective change. Marianne also answers questions from the audience.

29 min2 w ago
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Understanding “A Return to Love”

Oprah & Dr. M. Scott Peck

From July 14, 1993: Oprah talks with psychiatrist and author Dr. M. Scott Peck about his New York Times best-selling book,The Road Less Traveled. Dr. Peck explains why discipline is necessary to solve problems, how every life experience is a lesson and why love is an act—not a feeling.The Road Less Traveledwent on to spend the equivalent of more than 13 yearson the New York Times best sellers list. (Dr. Peck passed away in 2005 at the age of 69, after suffering from Parkinson’s disease and pancreatic and liver duct cancer.)

35 min3 w ago
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Oprah & Dr. M. Scott Peck

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III: Otis’ Dream

Pastor and author, Reverend Dr. Otis Moss III shares his short film,Otis’ Dream, which details the legacy of his grandfather, Otis Moss, Sr. The beautifully crafted film retells the story of Otis Moss, Sr.,a black man who was denied the right to vote in 1946. He died before he could ever cast a vote. His story is both heartbreaking and inspirational at the same time. Oprah shares her personal, full-circle moment about Otis’ story. Dr. Moss also opens up about his grandfather’s lasting impact, the process of creating the film and how exercising our right to vote honors our ancestors.

35 minNOV 1
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Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III: Otis’ Dream

How Does That Feel?

From October 19, 2001 Oprah Winfrey Show: Oprah talks to Mattie Stepanek, an 11-year-old boy who, despite having muscular dystrophy, has written two New York Times best-selling inspirational books of poetry,HeartsongsandJourney Through Heartsongs. He aims to help create world peace. Mattie shares his poetry, describes what he calls “Heartsongs,” and detailshowhe sees miracles every day. Oprah then talks with singer, author and motivational speaker Tom Sullivan abouthowitfeels to be blind. Mattie, who later became one of Oprah’s most memorable guests passed away in 2004 at the age of 13.

29 minOCT 28
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How Does That Feel?

He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

From February 23, 1998: Oprah talks to James Van Praagh—television personality and author of the No. 1 New York Times best sellerTalking to Heaven—about his communications with those who have passed on before us. He discusses how he receives messages from the dead, explains how the bond of love doesn’t cease after death and shares his beliefs of how we all create our own heaven. People who have lost loved ones also detail their experience after a session with James, with some remaining skeptical and others becoming believers.

32 minOCT 21
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He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

Nelson Mandela

From November 27, 2000: In what she considers an interview of a lifetime, Oprah talks with philanthropist, revolutionist and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. In this memorable Oprah Showinterview, Nelson Mandela opens up about his struggles, including the 27 years he spent in prison and the impact that had on his family. He also explains what he believes it takes to be a peacemaker, and why he believes humility is one of the most important qualities to have.Then, celebrities and public figures including Denzel Washington, Stevie Wonder, Sarah Ferguson and Bill Gates share how the great leader influenced their lives. (Nelson Mandela passed away in 2013 at the age of 95 from a prolonged respiratory infection.)

37 minOCT 14
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Nelson Mandela

What's Your Spiritual Belief?

From January 30, 1996: Psychotherapist, speaker and author ofThe Little Book of Big Questions, Jonathan Robinson joins The Oprah Winfrey Show to share how asking certain questions can create a spiritual connection with friends and family. Oprah asks the audience some of the book’s big life questions, “If you were in a room with God, what would you ask him?” and “Does prayer change things?” Oprah then leads a panel discussion on religion and spirituality with Dannion Brinkley, author of the New York Times best-sellersSaved by LightandAt Peace in the Light; Sophy Burnham, the New York Times best-selling author ofA Book of AngelsandAngel Letters;and Betty Eadie, author of the #1 New York Times best-sellerEmbraced by the Light.

36 minOCT 7
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What's Your Spiritual Belief?

Finding Your Authentic Self

From October 13, 1998: Public speaker, philanthropist and #1 New York Times best-selling author Sarah BanBreathnach discusses her bookSomething More: Excavating Your Authentic Self.She explains what she calls the threesecret wounds that lead to inauthenticity: self-loathing, betrayal and marital indifference. Sarah talks about how knowing yourself is the key to joy, explains why we should keep a“discovery journal”and shares a self-love exercise.

34 minSEP 30
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Finding Your Authentic Self

Latest Episodes

Conversations with Oprah: Elie Wiesel

From July 15, 1993 Oprah Winfrey Show: Activist, author and Nobel Peace Prize-winner, Elie Wiesel, discusses his New York Time Bestseller, Night, which recounts his experience as a Holocaust survivor. Wiesel opens up about his memories of the Auschwitz concentration camp, the first thing he did once he was freed and the lessons he learned through it all. Elie Wiesel passed away in 2016 at his home in Manhattan. He was 87.

28 min4 d ago
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Conversations with Oprah: Elie Wiesel

Shirley MacLaine on Love, Sex and Reincarnation

From April 11, 2011: On the Oprah Winfrey Show, Oscar-, Golden Globe-, Emmy-winning actress and author Shirley MacLaine discusses her New York Times best-selling bookI’m Over All That. She opens up about her decades in show business, her favorite leading men and her lifelong spiritual journey. Shirley also describes what she calls “orphan psychology,” and how it allows her to be kinder to herself and others.

26 min1 w ago
Comments
Shirley MacLaine on Love, Sex and Reincarnation

Understanding “A Return to Love”

From the June 24, 1992: Spiritual leader, activist and author Marianne Williamson joins The Oprah Winfrey Show to discuss her New York Times best-selling bookA Return to Love. She explains her concepts of love and inner peace, and what she considers “a real miracle:” perspective change. Marianne also answers questions from the audience.

29 min2 w ago
Comments
Understanding “A Return to Love”

Oprah & Dr. M. Scott Peck

From July 14, 1993: Oprah talks with psychiatrist and author Dr. M. Scott Peck about his New York Times best-selling book,The Road Less Traveled. Dr. Peck explains why discipline is necessary to solve problems, how every life experience is a lesson and why love is an act—not a feeling.The Road Less Traveledwent on to spend the equivalent of more than 13 yearson the New York Times best sellers list. (Dr. Peck passed away in 2005 at the age of 69, after suffering from Parkinson’s disease and pancreatic and liver duct cancer.)

35 min3 w ago
Comments
Oprah & Dr. M. Scott Peck

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III: Otis’ Dream

Pastor and author, Reverend Dr. Otis Moss III shares his short film,Otis’ Dream, which details the legacy of his grandfather, Otis Moss, Sr. The beautifully crafted film retells the story of Otis Moss, Sr.,a black man who was denied the right to vote in 1946. He died before he could ever cast a vote. His story is both heartbreaking and inspirational at the same time. Oprah shares her personal, full-circle moment about Otis’ story. Dr. Moss also opens up about his grandfather’s lasting impact, the process of creating the film and how exercising our right to vote honors our ancestors.

35 minNOV 1
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Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III: Otis’ Dream

How Does That Feel?

From October 19, 2001 Oprah Winfrey Show: Oprah talks to Mattie Stepanek, an 11-year-old boy who, despite having muscular dystrophy, has written two New York Times best-selling inspirational books of poetry,HeartsongsandJourney Through Heartsongs. He aims to help create world peace. Mattie shares his poetry, describes what he calls “Heartsongs,” and detailshowhe sees miracles every day. Oprah then talks with singer, author and motivational speaker Tom Sullivan abouthowitfeels to be blind. Mattie, who later became one of Oprah’s most memorable guests passed away in 2004 at the age of 13.

29 minOCT 28
Comments
How Does That Feel?

He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

From February 23, 1998: Oprah talks to James Van Praagh—television personality and author of the No. 1 New York Times best sellerTalking to Heaven—about his communications with those who have passed on before us. He discusses how he receives messages from the dead, explains how the bond of love doesn’t cease after death and shares his beliefs of how we all create our own heaven. People who have lost loved ones also detail their experience after a session with James, with some remaining skeptical and others becoming believers.

32 minOCT 21
Comments
He Says He Can Talk to the Dead

Nelson Mandela

From November 27, 2000: In what she considers an interview of a lifetime, Oprah talks with philanthropist, revolutionist and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. In this memorable Oprah Showinterview, Nelson Mandela opens up about his struggles, including the 27 years he spent in prison and the impact that had on his family. He also explains what he believes it takes to be a peacemaker, and why he believes humility is one of the most important qualities to have.Then, celebrities and public figures including Denzel Washington, Stevie Wonder, Sarah Ferguson and Bill Gates share how the great leader influenced their lives. (Nelson Mandela passed away in 2013 at the age of 95 from a prolonged respiratory infection.)

37 minOCT 14
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Nelson Mandela

What's Your Spiritual Belief?

From January 30, 1996: Psychotherapist, speaker and author ofThe Little Book of Big Questions, Jonathan Robinson joins The Oprah Winfrey Show to share how asking certain questions can create a spiritual connection with friends and family. Oprah asks the audience some of the book’s big life questions, “If you were in a room with God, what would you ask him?” and “Does prayer change things?” Oprah then leads a panel discussion on religion and spirituality with Dannion Brinkley, author of the New York Times best-sellersSaved by LightandAt Peace in the Light; Sophy Burnham, the New York Times best-selling author ofA Book of AngelsandAngel Letters;and Betty Eadie, author of the #1 New York Times best-sellerEmbraced by the Light.

36 minOCT 7
Comments
What's Your Spiritual Belief?

Finding Your Authentic Self

From October 13, 1998: Public speaker, philanthropist and #1 New York Times best-selling author Sarah BanBreathnach discusses her bookSomething More: Excavating Your Authentic Self.She explains what she calls the threesecret wounds that lead to inauthenticity: self-loathing, betrayal and marital indifference. Sarah talks about how knowing yourself is the key to joy, explains why we should keep a“discovery journal”and shares a self-love exercise.

34 minSEP 30
Comments
Finding Your Authentic Self
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