Anita Moorjani is the New York Times best-selling author of Dying to be Me. In 2006, after a four-year struggle with cancer, she lapsed into a coma and her family was told she was in the final hours of her life. Three days later she awoke, and within months was completely cancer free. She reveals how her near death experience taught her to live fearlessly and live her purpose by being herself.
Deva Premal and Miten are world-renowned exponents and devotees of ancient sacred chanting. They believe that if we all tapped into the energy of communal singing there would be less violence on the planet. They share some lessons learned from a life spent singing together.
Historian Daniel Horowitz discusses his latest book Happier? The History of a Cultural Movement That Aspired to Transform America. He explores the history of positive psychology and its impact on contemporary society.
Dr. Saida Désilets is the author of Emergence of the Sensual Woman: Awakening Our Erotic Innocence. As part of her research she discovered that nowhere in the world is it stipulated that we have a right to our own bodies. She’s advocating that we all learn to claim our sexual sovereignty.
Neuroscientist Tali Sharot discusses her latest book The Influential Mind. She investigates how we influence those around us and how understanding the brain can help us change minds for the better.