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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Ayana Mathis: "The Twelve Tribes of Hattie"

New York Times best-selling author Ayana Mathis discusses her sweeping debut novel, "The Twelve Tribes of Hattie." The book tells the story of the children of the Great Migration through the trials of one indomitable heroine, Hattie Shepherd, and her unforgettable family. Ayana shares her thoughts on the book's soul-stirring themes, including parenting, loss, survival and redemption. A graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, Ayana opens up about how she overcame criticism and self-doubt and went on to create her critically acclaimed first novel. She divulges who from her own life inspired the book's heroine, and how she developed each human character. "The Twelve Tribes of Hattie" is an Oprah's Book Club selection.
00:29:48 12/16/2018

Past Episodes

Oprah Winfrey sits down with actress, activist and New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Union and NBA superstar Dwyane Wade at their home in Los Angeles for a conversation about their unique path to parenthood. In an exclusive interview, the power couple introduces their beautiful new daughter, Kaavia James, to Oprah and the world. Gabrielle and Dwyane candidly discuss their struggles with infertility, the stigmas that surround the use of a surrogate and the backlash they've received on social media. Gabrielle shares what she's learned about motherhood from her stepsons and the hurdles the couple has faced raising young African American men in today's society. Dwyane also opens up about his decision to take paternity leave from the NBA. (Part 2 of 2)
00:30:15 12/11/2018
Oprah Winfrey sits down with actress, activist and New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Union and NBA superstar Dwyane Wade at their home in Los Angeles for a conversation about their unique path to parenthood. In an exclusive interview, the power couple introduces their beautiful new daughter, Kaavia James, to Oprah and the world. Gabrielle and Dwyane candidly discuss their struggles with infertility, the stigmas that surround the use of a surrogate and the backlash they've received on social media. Gabrielle shares what she's learned about motherhood from her stepsons and the hurdles the couple has faced raising young African American men in today's society. Dwyane also opens up about his decision to take paternity leave from the NBA. (Part 1 of 2)
00:31:11 12/9/2018
Best-selling author, poet and philosopher Mark Nepo explains how battling cancer led to a profound spiritual awakening. In 1987, Mark discovered a lump on the back of his head and was eventually diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma. While undergoing treatment, he embarked on a journey that would ultimately lead to his greatest life lessons and influence his later works. Now a two-time cancer survivor, Mark is the author of nearly 20 books, including the New York Times best seller "The Book of Awakening." Mark discusses his book "7,000 Ways to Listen" and shares why he believes listening with an open heart is the key to living a vibrant and meaningful life. Mark explains how modern-day distractions can keep us from truly connecting with the world around us, and offers practical insights on how to cultivate our listening skills.
00:30:47 12/4/2018
Best-selling author, poet and philosopher Mark Nepo explains how battling cancer led to a profound spiritual awakening. In 1987, Mark discovered a lump on the back of his head and was eventually diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma. While undergoing treatment, he embarked on a journey that would ultimately lead to his greatest life lessons and influence his later works. Now a two-time cancer survivor, Mark is the author of nearly 20 books, including the New York Times best seller "The Book of Awakening." Mark discusses his book "7,000 Ways to Listen" and shares why he believes listening with an open heart is the key to living a vibrant and meaningful life. Mark explains how modern-day distractions can keep us from truly connecting with the world around us, and offers practical insights on how to cultivate our listening skills.
00:26:36 12/2/2018
New York Times best-selling author Sue Monk Kidd discusses her fondness for rituals, her devotion to faith and discovering her soul's calling to become a writer. "We have this immense interior life inside of us, we could call it the life of the soul... this is where the Divine lives in us," she says. Sue's first novel, "The Secret Life of Bees," sold more than 8 million copies and was translated into 36 languages. The book was also turned into a Hollywood film, produced by Will and Jada Pinkett Smith. Sue's 2014 novel, "The Invention of Wings," is an Oprah's Book Club selection. 
00:33:44 11/27/2018
While some might say the act of being conscious and the practice of capitalism have little to do with one another, Whole Foods Market co-founder and co-CEO John Mackey believes differently. John discusses the consciousness, mindfulness, creativity and love that goes into running the billion-dollar business. A strong believer in the adage "follow your dreams," John shares his inspiring personal story and why he believes it is critical that we all strive to live more conscious lives. John also talks about his New York Times best-selling book, "Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business."
00:31:48 11/25/2018
Is there one sentence that sums up your life? New York Times best-selling author of several provocative books about business, work and behavior, Daniel H. Pink says a great person can be summed up in just a few words. Daniel discusses his book, "A Whole New Mind," which has been translated into 39 different languages. Daniel explains the "six senses" he believes can help you learn to be more creative and successful, and to live up to your full potential. He offers tangible exercises that will help you find your greater purpose, including one called the "Gratitude Visit" and another called "Picturing Yourself at 90." Also, Oprah shares what she thinks her one, descriptive sentence would be.
00:44:28 11/20/2018
At the Hearst Tower in New York City, Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama sit down for a conversation about Mrs. Obama's much-anticipated memoir "Becoming." The two speak in front of an audience that includes a group of local, female high school students. The former first lady, mother, wife, attorney and author discusses the life experiences that have shaped her. She reminisces about her humble childhood on the South Side of Chicago with her family, which she describes as "four corners of a square:" her mother, Marian, her late father, Fraser, and her brother, Craig. Mrs. Obama explains how her parents invested everything they had into her and her brother's futures. She discusses her years as an attorney and executive in Chicago and how she worked to balance the demands of her career and raising two daughters. Mrs. Obama candidly discusses some of the challenges she and Barack Obama faced during the early years of their marriage, including a stint in counseling. She also opens up about her years in the White House and the pressure of being the "first black family" to live there. Finally, Mrs. Obama explains her thoughts on how she believes President Trump put her family's safety at risk.
00:35:45 11/18/2018
At the Hearst Tower in New York City, Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama sit down for a conversation about Mrs. Obama's much-anticipated memoir "Becoming." The two speak in front of an audience that includes a group of local, female high school students. The former first lady, mother, wife, attorney and author discusses the life experiences that have shaped her. She reminisces about her humble childhood on the South Side of Chicago with her family, which she describes as "four corners of a square:" her mother, Marian, her late father, Fraser, and her brother, Craig. Mrs. Obama explains how her parents invested everything they had into her and her brother's futures. She discusses her years as an attorney and executive in Chicago and how she worked to balance the demands of her career and raising two daughters. Mrs. Obama candidly discusses some of the challenges she and Barack Obama faced during the early years of their marriage, including a stint in counseling. She also opens up about her years in the White House and the pressure of being the "first black family" to live there. Finally, Mrs. Obama explains her thoughts on how she believes President Trump put her family's safety at risk.
00:40:51 11/14/2018
New York Times best-selling author of "The Shack," William Paul Young shares his inspiration behind the book and how it has allowed people to see their relationship with God in a new way. "The Shack" was initially written as a Christmas gift to his children on the train commuting to one of his three jobs, with no intention of publishing it. The book's success led to a motion picture starring Sam Worthington, Octavia Spencer and Tim McGraw. However, the author's journey to success was riddled with a lifetime of sadness and mistakes. A victim of sexual abuse as a child, Paul says his quest for unconditional love drove him to have an affair that nearly tore his family apart. "I didn't confess... I got caught," Paul says of the destructive affair, a moment of exposure that served as a wake-up call for the husband and father of six. Paul says the biggest gift "The Shack" has given him is an invitation to hear other people's stories. Paul also discusses his thought-provoking and controversial book, "Lies We Believe About God."
00:39:43 11/13/2018

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