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Be flexible

Be flexible, says the Lord – I did not make you of metal, but of flesh © Meisaan Chan

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Holy fatigue

Holy fatigue: the healing masters at day’s end settling into the heaviness of flesh © Meisaan Chan

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God in the body

Behold Love Touch yourself until you find me, says the Lord for I have given you a very direct portal © Meisaan Chan

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The massage prayer

O Lord, lay your holy hands on me and through your touch turn this stone back into flesh and as you work may my heart turn warm and supple and my spirit, in a breath, relent © Meisaan Chan

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It can be tempting to think I am a machine

  It can be tempting to think I am a machine efficient, calculating, knocking out that to-do list until I hit a glitch until the machine breaks down until I come to a garden with a single lily growing and … Continue reading

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