In Christ: Mormonism and the Paradox of NonDuality

NonDuality is a concept used to describe the mystery of existence and being and of one’s conscious relationship with and in God. Is there a place for nondual understandings within Mormonism, which is arguably one of the most dualistic religions on the planet? Is it possible that the scriptural expressions, “I shall know…as…I am known” and “Abide in me and I in you” point to nonfual realities that have the power to transform individuals into a Christlike nature and the body of Latter-day Saints into a more spiritually rich community?

Philip McLemore