The answer may be found in the question, in the identification of the "I." Who we think we are and who we really are affects how we consider life after death, and what we will thus "feel" there.
The Eastern idea of "no-self" is confusing to Westerners, but I think the same concept can be found in our Western traditions, just known by different terms.
A new translation of Jesus' words about marriage and the resurrection.
A prayer for Mormonism, and for Mormons.
Did we live before our mortal lives? Was there a premortality? Do we bring God's children into the world? Yes, but not literally.
Are faith healings real? If so, how might they work deep in our psyche?
I have a chat with Glenn Ostlund about my journey from Mormonism to mysticism, and related mystical metaphysics and spirituality.
Religious history often depicts temples as sacred places where God is present and is known. But what kind of temple?
Beliefs are not merely concepts in our mind, they actively shape our perception of reality, and even form that Reality.
Christ consciousness is a term that is often seen as New Age woo-woo, but it has deep and genuine mystical roots, and I think it is the future of Christianity.