Who Am I?
Am I the body? Am I the thought? Am I the emotion? Am I the mind? Who am I? Let us do some experiments.
Move your arms. What are you doing? I AM moving my arms. What are being moved? The arms. Are you the arms? No. Who is moving the arms? I AM. I AM is the mover, the arms are the objects being moved.
Move your legs. What are you doing? I AM moving my legs. What are being moved? The legs. Are you the legs? No. Who is moving the legs? I AM.
Move your whole body. What are you doing? I AM moving my body. What is being moved? The body. Are you the body? No. Who is moving the body? I AM. I AM is the mover, the body is the object being moved.
Are you the mind? No. The mind of just a subtle instrument of the I AM or the soul. The soul uses the mind to create thoughts and emotions. Therefore, thoughts and emotions are just the products. The mind corresponds to the computer that can generate and process data. The I AM or the soul corresponds to the person using the computer. The mind is not the I AM just as you, the person using the computer, are not the computer. You are the I AM. You are the soul.
You are I AM. You are immortal. As the Lord Krishna said in The Bhagavad Gita, the soul or the self cannot be killed, cannot be slain, cannot br drowned, and cannot be burned. It is immortal. Just as a person changes his garments from day to day, a person changes his body from incarnation to incarnation.
Reference : Achieving Oneness With the Higher Soul. Master Choa Kok Sui.