Life Itself is Not Subject to Death

It is essential to understand that the nonphysical spiritual reality cannot be understood in terms of ordinary intellectualization or reason. The linear and the nonlinear arise from different paradigms and different contexts. … Both the heartbeat and the brain waves are merely the consequences of the presence of life: they are not life itself, which is intangible.
… Life itself is not subject to death. … The human imagination assumes, of course, that it goes ‘elsewhere’. In Reality, there is no ‘elsewhere’. Outside time, location, and temporality, there is neither ‘here’ nor ‘there’; there is neither ‘now’ nor ‘then’.