Brianna Bedigian is a writer, teacher and healer. She has been working in the healing arts for over 20 years and believes that everyone has the ability to change, grow and evolve themself.
Music is a form of medicine and our nervous system is particularly tuned to the act of using our voice. This connection is due to the wandering nerve, also known as the vagus nerve or the 10th cranial nerve pair. This nerve innervates the vocal cords and the muscles of the throat (along with the heart, lungs, diaphragm, and digestive track – hence its “wandering” nickname). Turns out that the sages were right: chanting is a powerful tonic for our body mind.read more
I recently did an entire reframe around cleaning and it has made my life SO much better! I don’t mean to blow your mind but It turns out cleaning is exercise.read more
Cauliflower is a wonderful base to create a creamy soup. This recipe is simple – as easy as they come. You can sip on this nourishing soup throughout your day or enjoy it with a meal.read more