no, because "to get a body" is actually not the "specific purpose"...to get life experience and progress is...yet more of your creative doctrine interpretations.
I have posted earlier about my foster child who was shaken violently at the age of three months. The damage incurred was so extensive that the child lost sight (eyes worked but the brain could no longer sort nor remember any images). Brain swelling through bleeding and bruising, caused epileptic seizures and spasms of pain throughout the child's tiny body from the age of three months to roughly around the age of three years. To give an example, muscle spasms occurred with 15 minute intervals so that a pattern emerged. Spasm, a reaction similar to an electric shock, body arching with muscular tension and pain, crying until the spasm subsided, relaxation into a fitful slumber for a few minutes, then a new spasm. Every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for three years.
Add to this, because of the shaking, the child lost all voluntary control of any and all body muscles except in the head and mouth, completely quadriplegic. The child could suckle but not eat nor swallow properly and at the age of two had a feeding tube inserted into her stomach that remains to this day (22 years later).
Although the child has good hearing the brain does not seem to store information, nor can it be retrieved, with the exception of recognition of some music (children's songs repeated many, many, many thousands of times (yes, I know every word and note of the WHOLE album). The child has never spoken any word, cannot repeat sounds at will, and there is no recognition to common stimuli such as hearing own name. The child remains frozen in time to the moment the damage occurred at three months old.
Now to my question. If the purpose of life is: "to get life experience and progress" what possible purpose exists in this child's life?