Yes, you are.
K’s teachings concern the self-knowledge, the self-awareness, the self-study. So when I ask that question: "is there a non-ego I? " And I investigate about from where that question arises, in myself, I can, if I’m aware enough, detect and so understand that it comes from my incapacity of conceiving a world without me. The whole idea scares me, I want to continue, I want to exist, if I don’t exist nothing exists, so there must be another “better” I which is there when this ugly one is not here anymore. You see the trick? It’s the same old trick the religions have done. In India they say, there is the ego, the lower self, but there is a divine self (atman). This shows our unwillingness of getting out of the cage, of the prison of the I, and so we project a copy of it in another plane or call it non-ego I. Don’t you see it’s all a construction of the thought?
So let me repeat what I have said: discover, directly, autonomously, by yourself, what you are, what actually is this thing you call “Myself”. That is the only important and decisive thing to do.
Unless you do that you can discuss untill doomsday without grasping anything.