1. Science has found nothing of the sort. The best evidence suggests that who we are is inextricably linked to brain function. When someone suffers a brain injury, it can lower their IQ, inhibit their ability to perform basic tasks, and often permanently alters their personality. Who you are changes depending on how your brain changes.

    I work with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. I’ve watched people develop dementia over time, and have seen their personalities shift in severe fashion as their brain function declined.

    There’s no evidence of a soul. There’s a huge amount of evidence that who we are is generated by our brains, and that it continues, changes, or goes away dependent on brain function, or lack thereof.

  2. You have to stop thinking like a human and start thinking a “SOUL” Everything we Know and experience is of this Mortal world. To know what you are and to know where you go is listening to your heart and not your Ego. think for what you are and not what you think you are. When we die, whatever leaves the body is no more human, no more mortal and no more present. Leaving the body is like undressing from your clothing or stepping out from your car. what we think we are is not what we are at all. we need to start thinking more spiritually and not physically if we are to have an understanding of existence