From various disciplines/investigations, so far, there are 54 facets/sub-aspects/notions of the self:  the conceptual self,  the contextualized self,  the core self,  the dialogic self,  the ecological self,  the embodied self,  the emergent self,  the empirical self,  the existential self,  the extended self,  the fictional self (no-self),  the full-grown self,  the interpersonal self,  the material self,  the narrative self,  the philosophical self,  the physical self,  the private self  public self,  the representational self,  the rock bottom essential self,  the semiotic self,  the social self,  the transparent self, and  the verbal self,  proto self  autobiographical self or continuous self,  the self-conscious self with the sense of body ownership, agency authorship of thoughts and perception,  working self,  the phenomenal self,  bodily self,  the minimal self,  perceived self, and  free-energy self,  the neural self,  the synaptic self,  the midline self,  the interpersonal self,  the conceptual self,  Experiential aspects of self,  affective aspects of self,  situated aspects of self,  spiritual self,  The ‘facet of the “self” related to genetic and recorded/published information during life’s salient work/karma/action,’  immediate/momentary self,  cognitive self,  the self as A-series tensed-time (past, present, future) or the self as an existence made/composed OF time, . The ‘causal self’,  volitional self,  perspectival self,  Transcendental self,  metaphysical self,  self as pure Consciousness or “Pure Self-Observing System”, Jivatman/Atman (= Brahman) of Vedanta, Shaivism, and so on,  the self-aware, independent, eternal/immortal, passive invariant self (PIS) (individualized Purusha, Drishta/witness) is from the non-interactive dualism-based Sankhya, and  IDAM’s individual dual-aspect-self for each of the above facets of self.
We can categorize all notions of the self into two groups:
(I) James’ “Me” (self-as-object in the sense of Phenomenology (experience of self, phenomenal self): Wittgenstein’s “I” (‘I see me in the mirror’) and/or Wittgenstein’s “Me” (‘I see me in the mirror’); this includes the notions/meanings/definitions/sub-aspects/facets of self as in -. In other words, “Me” (self-as-object) is the SE of self, i.e., self-experience/consciousness/awareness, which can include Damasio’s core self (np aspect) and the self (np aspect) that has neural-physical basis (NBP) = Northoff et al’s CSMS-NN and its activities = the p-aspect of a self-related state of a mindbrain system in the IDAM framework.
(II) James’ “I” (self-as-subject (SAS), metaphysical self: “The self as a metaphysical fact that consciousness is subjective: ‘the Thinker that does the thinking’) in the sense of metaphysics (existence of self); this includes the notions/meanings/definitions/sub-aspects/facets of the self: -. In other words, “I” (self-as-subject) is experiencer/cognizer/thinker/actor; it is NOT the SE of self.
We can further group SAS into two types/facets: (IIa) SAS in - that have a respective neural-physical basis (NPB) and (IIb) SAS in - that have respective subtle brain-body basis (SBB).
In other words, if yogis are correct that SAS survives physical death then there are two facets of SAS: (IIa) SAS-in-GPB (such as cognitive self) with its own inseparable NPB and (IIb) SAS-in-SBB (such as metaphysical self) with its own inseparable SBB.
 In the IDAM, we accept both facets of SAS without any internal inconsistency. In the IDAM (inseparable dual-aspect monism), the “self” is the experiencer/cognizer/actor (performer of actions) as a non-physical (np) aspect of a SAS-related state of a subject’s mindbrain system with respective either NPB or SBB as the inseparable physical (p) aspect.
Just imagine you are in front of a mirror. (IIa) If SAS with its inseparable SBB resides in GPB then an OOBEr will experience two bodies: (a) whole SBB and (b) GPB below the neck, here SBB is superposed with GPB. If SAS-in-SBB is superposed with SAS-in-GPB, and SBB is superposed with NPBs of all other facets of self.
(IIb) If SAS with its inseparable SBB resides in SBB then the OOBEr will experience two bodies: (a) SBB (below the neck) and (b) whole GPB; here SBB is not superposed with GPB, SAS-in-SBB is not superposed with SAS-in-GPB and SBB is not superposed with NPBs of all other facets of self. For example, yogi Satya Prakash Dubey (SPD)’s self resided in SBB during his OBE because he mentioned that he “saw”/experienced his whole GPB along with its surroundings.
In the IDAM, it is not that by combining various proto-experiences (precursor of SE) leads to a specific SE (subjective experience) such as redness, as proposed in panpsychism. Instead, it is discarding the unrelated states in the superposition of all beable ontic states to reach to the specific state for the specific SEs. This is accomplished when a specific neural network is formed and then information is processed if all other necessary conditions are satisfied. Eventually, a specific beable ontic conscious state is selected by the “self” through the interaction between the self-related signals with the resultant of the matching/non-matching the stimulus-dependent feed-forward (FF) neural-physical signals with cognitive memory dependent feedback (FB) signals.