Liturgies for Substance Use, Part 1

This past summer, I was privileged to take a course on the intersections of substance use and spiritual practice. The intertwining of sacred attunement and substance use is likely as old as human experience, yet through systems of domination and oppression — particularly racialization and anti-Blackness, patriarchy, and constructing gender as a binary system —Continue reading “Liturgies for Substance Use, Part 1”