The Ongoing Conversation
Since 1998, bestselling author Gary Zukav has joined Oprah Winfrey 34 times on her show. The result is an engaging, ongoing conversation between Gary and Oprah that has deeply inspired millions.
Gary Zukav Together Again with Oprah Winfrey
I am delighted to announce my talk with Oprah Winfrey from the Super Soul Sessions in April, 2017, is now live for you to watch and share with your friends and family. This was the first time that Oprah and I have shared in front of a live audience in fifteen years. We shared about the many changes that are happening around the world and about the opportunities for spiritual growth they continually present us.
Spiritual Partnership: Gary and Oprah in Conversation
When Oprah read the Authentic Power / Spiritual Partnership Guidelines, she invited Gary Zukav to do a show about them (January 24, 2007) and posted the guidelines, which are still on her website today. What is it about Spiritual Partnership that Oprah and so many others find so valuable? Learn how Spiritual Partnership can be of value to your life.
Gary and Oprah: Life-Changing Conversations
Experience the inspiring highlights from these life-changing conversations between Gary Zukav and Oprah Winfrey.
“The dynamics that produce emptiness and pain—the Universal Laws of Creation, Cause and Effect, and Attraction—also produce joy and meaning depending upon the choices that you make. Spiritual partners experiment with these dynamics and help one another choose wisely.
Click the links below to explore them.
• Spiritual Growth
• The Difference Between Pain and Suffering
• Morning Rituals
• Rage, Despair, Arrogance
• Why Failure Does Not Exist
• 3 Steps to Cultivating Your Authentic Power
• The Power of Intention
• Soul to Soul
• Why You Shouldn’t Look for Mr. Right
• Gary Helps a Grieving Mother Move Forward
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The Seat of the Soul:
Oprah’s Favorite Book
Oprah’s favorite quote from The Seat of the Soul
“Every action, thought, and feeling is motivated by an intention, and that intention is a cause that exists as one with an effect… In this most profound way, we are held responsible for every action, thought, and feeling, which is to say, for our every intention.”