In the book On Multiple Selves, David Lester refutes the idea that a human being has a single unified self. Instead, he argues, the mind is made up of multiple selves, and this is a normal psychological phenomenon. Most of us are aware that we have multiple selves. We adopt different “façade selves” depending on whom we are with. Lester argues that contrary to the popular psychological term, “false self,” these presentations of self are all part of us, not false; they simply cover layers of identity.
which aspects of myself
"Whenever something negative happens to you, there is a deep lesson concealed within it." - Eckhart Tolle