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.