The nature of our debate is this: just as modernism is a negation of Tradition, your position (though accepted by Western society) is a negation of mine. In this language game, in which we pit concepts against each other while never having them directly face each other (this is impossible, as above), my pieces are set up in a perfect offense, and yours in a perfect defense: this is stalemate. My attempts for much of the duration of the game have, however, been to get you to stop playing. Maybe then you'll see what there is to see - I can only hope. As stated innumerable times: experience is what is required, not more words.
Edit: consciousness may be non-physical for a variety of reasons, but what makes it categorically so is that it can be experienced as being such. We can be aware that we are conscious - that we are consciousness - and that any phenomena which pass through our awareness are nothing more than phenomena, and certainly not so much as to be "ourselves", though the majority love to hate the illusion.