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Friends of Six Senses

August 11, 2020 - From shamanic journeys to yoga flow, lion tracking, movement, photography and travel diaries, you’ve had a front row seat (mat) for the best stories and workshops from our Friends of Six Senses. The fun continues each Tuesday until September 1.

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Hosted by Six Senses Wellness Pioneer Anna Bjurstam, leading experts from around the world will continue to share their insights and practical tools every Tuesday in August through our Friends of Six Senses series. Check our Facebook and Instagram accounts @SixSensesHotelsResortsSpas and @SixSensesSpas for the schedule.

On August 11, the best-selling author and celebrity therapist, Marisa Peer, will talk about the ways to reprogram the immune system at a cellular level and share powerful tools to demonstrate that it is possible to rewire one’s thoughts and beliefs to produce life-changing health results. On August 18, marine biologist and the author of Blue Mind, Wallace J. Nichols, will share how being part of something bigger than oneself really moves people.

Anna will talk to a sleep specialist Dr. Neil Stanley on August 25 and Jason Silva, a TV personality, storyteller, filmmaker and futurist, will join her on September 1.

If you haven’t had a chance to see our Friends of Six Senses series, here are some of our highlights below. You can catch the full series at www.sixsenses.com/en/friends-of-six-senses or in the video archive on our Facebook channel at @SixSensesHotelsResortsSpas.

During the first Friends of Six Senses on April 12 (a lifetime ago!), Anna spoke to Dr. Alberto Villoldo a best-selling author, medical anthropologist, teacher and founder of the Four Winds Society. They deep dived into shamanism, wellness and the power of dreaming and discussed how it is possible to craft a new destiny and shared two practices, one to reset the fight-flight-freeze response and a second to help dream a new world and write a new chapter for the future. Click here.

Life coach and lion tracker (yes, really) Boyd Varty shared what the wilderness can teach us about cultivating our internal navigation system, the power of nature to heal our modern lives, and what happened to his state of consciousness after spending 40 days alone and in the wild. Try Boyd’s “Tracking Your Wild Self” exercise and discover how to arrive at a place where you can get more from life. Click here.

We zoomed in on the best way to handle relationship challenges people can experience during a difficult or new situation with Stan Tatkin. We picked Stan’s brain about the best ways to handle these moments and understand how to become more tolerant of each other. Click here.

Feeling distracted? You're not alone. Whether it's the pandemic or your child running into the room during a Zoom call, life is full of distractions. Behavior Designer, Nir Eyal, joined us for a conversation about his system to distraction-proof the mind. He shares four practical techniques to help handle distractions when they come. Click here.

We also hosted a special three-way interview between Anna, Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs and award-winning photographer Jimmy Nelson. Before They Pass Away, Jimmy’s first book, reflects over thirty years of travel to meet people from the most extraordinary indigenous cultures in the world. Since then he has published a second book, Homage to Humanity, and set up a non-profit, The Jimmy Nelson Foundation, his way of reinvesting back into the communities that have given him so much. Click here.

Highly acclaimed travel writer and TED talker Pico Iyer discussed the value of stillness, being lost and having a beginner’s mind – and why ping pong is a life lesson for us all. “When we are lost we find what we never thought to look for,” he says. “I travel not to leave my home but to leave my habits behind so that I’m not sleepwalking. This virus period has jolted me out of my usual routine and into this sense of ‘wide awakeness’.” Click here.

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