The sacred manifests in the flesh of the earth

While the world aches for transformation and healing, God is not a distant observer but an enfleshed presence at the margins, in the soil, in chaos and quiet, in pleasure and pain. The Divine is intimately entangled with all aspects of our collective life: The material. The political. The intimate. The sensual. The struggle. The places where they all meet.

With this assurance, enfleshed creates and facilitates spiritual resources for learning and unlearning dominance in belief and practice. As the Spirit, tender and fierce, calls us all to courage, enfleshed hopes to provide sources of deep spiritual nourishment for the work of collective liberation before us.

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A pocket-size book of 52 “blessings for the depths,” art, and interactive prompts.

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A meditative spiritual resource on queer and trans flesh as a Divine encounter

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Cheers to the End of the World

Cheers to the End of the World

by elba morales “i don't pay attention to the world ending. it has ended for me many times and began again in the morning.” ― Nayyirah Waheed, Salt I have spent a probably unusual amount of time thinking about the end of the world. One of my earliest memories is of...

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