Answer: The soul does not go anywhere since it did not exist in the first place.
A soul is considered as similarity to the Creator. That is, the desires I can form in a way that would be similar to the Creator to a certain extent are called “a soul.” It is a property of bestowal and love for everything that is not attached to me.
In other words, when you exit the boundaries of your ego toward bestowal and love, toward caring for those who are not inscribed in your ego whatsoever, then all your properties organized together at that particular moment (since they constantly change) are called a soul.
Remark: People who think they have a soul and such an attitude toward others surrounding them, certainly become sad when they hear this.
My Comment: An ordinary person does not have a soul. A person is simply an animal. He has a vital component that naturally dies with the cells of the animal body.
The soul must be obtained during our lifetime. We are given this life and its various states, that is, future lives, so that we would obtain our soul.
Question: Is this the purpose of a person’s life?
Answer: The purpose of life is only to create altruistic desires from one’s egoistic desires, which will be called “a soul.”
From the TV Program “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 4/17/18