In my opinion, yes.
If you think of life as the physical part of your existence – of course you’re immortal.
A basic principle of physics is that matter cannot be created or destroyed; only changed. And your body has been changing since the moment you were conceived. Most of the cells in your body are not the same ones you had a year ago. That’s why we eat; to supply energy and matter for replacing the cells that ‘die’ off.
When you ‘die’, you’re cells decompose and go on in the stream of life. If you’re buried, your body rests in containment, but still goes on to becoming part of the earth. If you’re cremated, most of your mass goes up in smoke and into the atmosphere, and your ashes go wherever your family places them – in the water, under a tree, or fired off in a cannon like I know of how one lady went out (True story). Or if you ‘die’ in the ocean, the crabs eat you. Hey! They gotta eat, too.
But what about your soul?
I like the word soul because it simply labels that intangible part of your existence that provides ‘life’ to everything that exists. It can no more be created or destroyed anymore than your cells. It only changes from one form of consciousness to another.
Ever hear of the term animism?
It’s the belief that everything has a soul. A life force. The essence to existence. The conduit of consciousness. The intangible field that connects with all else including humans, animals, plants, celestial bodies, and the forces of nature.
I believe that when you ‘die’, your soul transcends from this plane of local consciousness and rejoins that plane of non-local consciousness which is the cloud of infinite intelligence that gives order to all existence.
You go back to where you were before you were born.
I call that ‘God’. I’m comfortable with that word, too. It’s simple and has been used a lot.
Are you comfortable with your soul?
You should be.
Your soul is the only thing you came into this plane of existence with and the only thing you’re going to take going out.