Many people wonder what the 'soul' is and if it exists at all. Thankfully, information technology has given us a simple, but relevant analogy: our bodies are 'the hardware' and our souls 'the software'.
'Body-soul' is a simplistic categorization. It works most of the time for most purposes, but if we are looking for a clear definition, we have to realize that this dualistic categorization is not sufficient. We have to introduce and use other terms and phrases: identity, individuality, openness, connection of consciousness etc.
For a psychic such course of thinking and self-reflection is important, because if we dig deeper, we find that the primary tool of a psychic is not 'mind power' (that's a scientist), but 'soul power'. Consciousness flows through the mind as through a net and reflects it as a mirror.
"Who am I?"
This is not so much a question for a psychic as it is a dynamic answer. The open identity of a psychic enables the greater flow of psychic energies, not only though the heart and mind, but the psychic soul as a interconnected whole.
Who you really are lies somewhere between who you think you are, who you feel you are, who you believe you are, and who you wouldn't even in your wildest dreams imagine you are.
Normal people tend to lock themselves into little pieces of their selves and cling to these limitations because to do otherwise is too frightening. A psychic doesn't have that kind of luxury, and has to cultivate his or her 'self' on all levels he or she is able to.
Thoughts give your psychic self structure, emotions give motions, beliefs give purpose, and the unknown aspects of your self give you the freedom to choose and explore. The more you embrace of yourself and the more you get to know yourself, the more able and powerful you will become - not only as a psychic but in all avenues of life.
Know thy psychic self! Let that knowledge change according to your wishes and never stop learning.