The “I” can be reduced to the simple awareness of daily existence. The “self” is the part of who we are that we can know through introspection or external consultations in various sciences (psychology, characterological astrology, philosophy…). If we can speak of the “self” as such, the “Self” immediately calls upon the “Non-Self” to be defined. We could say that the “I” is a “non-self” in relation to the “Self”, to express the reality of the relative in relation to that of the Absolute.