Who are you? Who am I? Is it the same question? Does it really matter?
Your sense of self-identity has been the subject of immense philosophical debate for millennia, psychological discussion for centuries and, more recently, physics research for decades.
What is meant by those words, like soul, spirit, consciousness, mind, body, ego and so on? It's not my intention to cure your insomnia with an analysis of all that rubbish (just buy the book if you want that).
Your Consciousness (yes, with a capital C), is arguably the same as any other. And by 'the same', I don't mean that it's like the others: I mean it is the others. And by 'the others', I don't just mean other humans. In fact, I'm not limiting that to other animals, or even all other living things. By 'the others', I'm referring to all particulate forms in your Universe. Yes, even your house, your car, your kitchen and even the screen that you're reading these words on. All of these things have Consciousness, because all these things have the same one Consciousness.
To find out who you are, you'll need to open your thought process, the generation of your Universal Particle waveform functions, to logic. You'll need to set aside the prejudices that were instilled in you since your birth, but which you deny are there.
It is only when you can abandon the last vestiges of prejudice against that which seems different to your primitive ego mind, will you discover that the separateness you have observed all these years, was a mere illusion.
Only then, will you finally discover who you are.
Sonny Saggar, author, physician and one tiny voice in your Universe.