It’s problematic only to a point. The pivot being the solution.
In Christianity God is three distinct persons that are echâd or in English united but most translate it directly from Greek rather than Hebrew and read God is One which gives the impression that He is singular. Echâd in Hebrew does not mean singular it means united (I’m simplifying) but if the Hebrew wanted to say one singular, they would have used yachid. So God is united Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The second person of God according to the Bible after Creation and prior to incarnation stripped himself of his divine glory and was indistinguishable from the other heavenly hosts (angels if you will).
So the invisible God had a representative in the material realm that could materialize if he so chose to speak to humans.
Ontop of that God placed his Spirit into men, until He decided to remove his Spirit from all men because their thoughts were continually only toward evil. He would select a few to represent him in each age/generation, namely prophets and seers.
At the incarnation the second person of God further humbled himself by taking on the biological housing of a human body. And He fully represented God before men and men before God.
But after his death, resurrection and ascension he sent his Spirit back to those who would believe upon him.
So now God is able to dwell in all who receive Him.
The human body is not who we are, it’s a housing of our person and together with us we can have God inside our biological housing.
So in a sense God has never been disembodied in the material realm. Whether through His Spirit living in men, him taking on form that is not in his full glory prior to Creation or incarnating. God has always embodied.
But beyond that the human spirit can communicate with Spirit and bypass the mind altogether or involve the mind.