Question: Do I understand correctly that death exists in order for a person to think about the meaning of life?
Answer: In general, yes. If there were some other forms of the continuation of life instead of death, then of course a person would feel completely differently. The presence of death determines our entire worldview.
Question: What can you say about clinical death? Are the processes experienced by a person an illusion? And why are the pictures and sensations in cases of clinical death similar in many people?
Answer: This is natural because we exist in similar animalistic bodies, and therefore the processes that occur in us during the extinction of certain workings of our biological systems are similar and give the same readings.
Question: Is clinical death an illusion?
Answer: Partly, because desire itself cannot die. Only the form of this desire, called the body, disappears.
Question: As water changes its form, it can be in a gaseous, liquid, and solid state. So does a person change the form of his existence?
Answer: The point is that the process of life and death is expressed in relation to a person. Nothing really happens. It is only with regard to people that desire goes through such forms of transformation when it seems to us that it lives, dies, is born, and so on. There is a circuit of desire in nature.
From KabTV’s “The Post-Coronavirus Era” 5/14/20