Super Soul Sunday
I am so excited to see that Shirley will be on the new season of Super Soul Sunday with Oprah. I so enjoy it when these two get together, I hope Oprah just lets Shirley talk and go where she wants to, sometimes I think she is a little afraid of how candid and open Shirley is...and isn't that just the way we love her. I have been going through a real tough time lately with my sons death and I really need this..it is like the universe heard me!
I love Oprah's Super Soul Sunday interviews too, and like you monti,
I so enjoy seeing Shirley and Oprah together.
Wrapping my arms around you in a big hug filled with love, monti.
May you find peace during this time...
It should be good. It was quite a long chat!
Here are some clips:
*Shirley MacLaine on Her Lifelong Spiritual Quest
*Shirley MacLaine: "I Sit and Feast on the Now"
*Why Shirley MacLaine Thinks We're in Big Trouble
Looking forward to your thoughts on the show.
i noticed yesterday that Oprah is broadcasting her interview
with Shirley more than once. Current schedule below.
Sun 3/23 (Today)
8am Pacific / 9am Mountain / 10am Central / 11am Eastern
11am Pacific / 12noon Mountain / 10am Central / 11am Eastern
7am Pacific / 8am Mountain / 9am Central / 10am Eastern
By far, this was probably one of the best interviews of Shirley that I, at least, have ever seen. It doesn't compare to the IE radio interview of SM that Dr. Gary Schwartz did in November/December of 2007, however, after Saging While Aging came out. He really dug deep with his questions and approached his interviewee with such genuine curiosity, and Shirley provided equally in depth responses. Schwartz also asked really specific questions about the book. Oprah did some of this, but my own curiosity left me wanting more.
I did have a moment when I yelled at the TV when Oprah failed to follow-up on Shirley's comment that she channelled What if . . .? If she did follow-up, that part was edited out of the show that aired. Second time I've seen an interviewer let that softball of a question lead in fall flat at the feet. So many questions could flower just from that one amazingly interesting and curious comment!
Overall, however, it really was a great conversation and much more satisfying, soulful, and thought provoking than others. Thank you, ladies!
Namaste from the Midwest,
I'm just catching up on your Oprah interview - you mention that it was hard for you not to make friends along the way. Is it such an important part of that journey? I am about to go in just a few weeks. You are the first person I know to mention specifically not to make any friends while most others seem to value the phenomenon of making them on the way. You have me curious if most people are missing the deeper meanings of the metaphor.
big love to you,
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