So I am writing, about our “I”. The metaphor by which we understand ourselves stimulates either our enlightenment or our confusion. If we transcend the western normative sense of “I”, and think in terms of “multi-plexity”, we think in terms of aggregate parts; the concept implies multiple units. If we think in terms of “zone”, we think in terms of area; the concept implies the movement across space. Either metaphor is flawed.
“Who am I?” is not as important as “What is ‘I.'”