Who am I? The majority of people do not know the answer to this fundamental question. They have lost touch with who they really are. This book works on the premise that "we are our body". I agree with Lowen's position. After all, the only real proof that we exist is through our body. However, so many people subconsciously choose not to "feel" what goes on in their body. In doing this, they do not "feel" their emotions; they do not feel who they are. They seem incapable of expressing anger, joy, hurt, love. They may talk of these emotions, but they do not "feel" them. In essence, these people have numbed their body to feeling, including pain, anger, joy, and love. This book explores the reasons why so many of us do this, and how we can regain this feeling, how we can get back in touch with who we really are, rather than pretend to be someone else (i.e., someone who does not "feel"). I strongly recommend this book to any person who feels an emptiness to life, who feels there could be more to life. I have addressed some fundamental issues in my life as a result of reading this book.