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Nikos Kazantzakis in his book "Greek Zorba", in one of the paragraphs "described" the soul.

He wrote that the body is like "frozen" soul, and the soul is a "volatile" body... But this is "only" book...

In one of the apocryphes I read that a man Sedrach heard that:
The soul is in the middle of the heart and lungs, and it spreads all over the body.

And it is taken through the larynx and throat, before collecting it from the whole body ...

This is a bit like the scenes from the movie Ghost, right?

It's just an apocryphal. What does the Gospel say?
"God is the God of livings, not the deads, and that for Him all are alive", because "in fact He is not far from each one of us",
because after all, "in Him we live, we move and we are"

This is a delicate issue. Biology and physics have different opinions here.

The biologist sees disintegration and death, but a careful physicist will probably admit that: "life changes but it does not end"

Classics do not  get old.
Also inscribed on the crosses near the churches:
"search for the soul's salvation"

"If the elixir of life succeeds, it will appear as an imperceptible powder, like a dust in a bright window.

If such a potion (so full of movement, energy, vitality) is consumed ... it will fill the body with life-giving water."  Wu Tscheng

Christianity gives an answer and leads to the Eucharist.
In Greek it means "Thanksgiving".
In Greek tHis food was called "sterydion"

Delicate, subtle, beautiful, simple and inconspicuous.
Bread and wine.The eternal desire of people, disregarded by the rules of this world.