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  1. If you answer the person who asks, then the result can be somewhat positive only between spiritually close entities that conduct a purposeful dialogue. And this will not be the actual answer, but an individually personalized dynamic cross-section of essential-personal manifestations in an attempt to help the subject to answer this question for himself. In the opposite cases – a dead poultice, peas against the wall, and no matter how detailed and reliable you answer , it will all be wrong. By the way, the Eastern tradition answers like this: not that, not that, not that… by enumerative negation. Why does she do that? Because our great ancestors wisely understood the fact that only you can answer yourself, and not with words, but “without exposing yourself in images.” When chitta is not denounced as vritti, including verbal ones, then the answer “arises” and “is heard” only to those who seek it for themselves. And everything else – Vikalpa. There are no words to describe exactly ” who I am.” It's very simple, but it's the greatest mystery at the same time. And why is this so? Because this “concept” can only be understood for oneself, and not expressed in words to someone “expanded and reliable”. You can only help a person to answer for himself, but not answer for him. All the best.

  2. You are a spectator who collects chaotic signals from the universe into one complete world.

    You are the universe whose signals you collect.

    You are a human instance that occupies an area of space that, by definition, cannot be occupied by anyone else at the same time, and this condition ensures that your experience is unique.

    You are one of the facts of the world – someone could not have been, and it fell to you to be; and there is no sufficient reason why you are exactly you, and why you need to remain this particular person.

    Right now, you are the one who asked, ” Who am I?”

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