Mulla Sadra states the eleven principles in proving the bodily resurrection in volume ninth of the book of Asfar. In the ninth principle, he states that the imaginary world is a world that is not dependent on the body and is an abstract substance that is located between the world of intellectual separate substances and the material world. To prove this world, he suffices with the intuitions of mystics and the doctrine of the nobler contingent. Now Mulla Sadra uses the proof of the separate imaginary world in the discussion of bodily resurrection. Explain that since the soul is able to create beings in the separate imaginary world, and according to the substantial motion and existential intensity of the soul, which is the basis for proving the bodily resurrection, the soul is able to create a separate body in the imaginary world between the body and the worldly body is an object. Because the objectivity and individuality of everything exists in its form. So, since the soul is a soul, whether it belongs to the worldly body or to the imaginary body, it is still a body because objectivity belongs to that soul. So it is concluded that Sadra uses the separate imaginary world to prove the objectivity of the worldly and otherworldly bodies.