Why should one's electrical consciousness be excluded from the law of conservation of energy? It seems to me that Einstein hinted at the in-between life of the consciousness after the death (or dissolution) of the body. It seems to me that it is a radical insult to eradicate the electrical consciousness from existence altogether. After all, consciousness is energy; first, the electrical energy of our automaton physical body, and then, the spectrum energy of the light-field that constitutes our Solar origins. Yes. I said Solar Origins. We are just as much light as is the Sun, only in the spectrum field, not just the electrical field of the body.
Everything in this Solar system is borrowed from the Sun, both body and consciousness. The spectrum has a wide expanse from the seen extremes of infra-red to ultra-violet. I posture that invisible opposites exist in the spectrum that are energies for the life-force that exists in all living things. We can't see those energies, but it is those energies that make-up the powers of the mind-fields in every creature and its forerunner, the cell.
It does not surprise me that electricity and Solar power constitute the energy-flow of Being in the electrical format of the body; as well as the energy-flow of the spectrum from the greatest power in our Solar system: the SUN. WE ARE STARDUST--WE ARE STARLIGHT. It is conservation that sustains us through-and-through. It is so easy to acknowledge that the Sun is our conscious forerunner, providing us with star-power in order to exist and sustain, and ultimately to transform into pure, complex mind-stuff.
Now think about the mind after the body decays. It is much to consider about "conservation of energy".