I wrote about this earlier (as with so many of these topics), but it comes up again…
What I take myself to be, in my immediate experience, is how I experience Existence in general… the world, others, and even God.
If I take myself as an object, then that is how I see the rest of existence, including even God in some cases.
If I take myself as a particular identity, narrow even in human terms, then I tend to put others and Existence in general into equally narrow identities.
If I see myself as primarily human and anything in me as universally human, I tend to see others too as primarily human and what comes up in them as universally human.
If I find myself as soul (alive presence), I experience others and the world in general as soul (alive presence).
If I experience myself as timeless, the world appears as happening within the timeless.
If I find myself as void, then the same thing… I see whatever arises as awake void and form.
Of course, these have nothing to do with surface beliefs, those we play around with at an intellectual level… these are the deeper beliefs we operate from, those typically outside of our attention (including those held at the emotional level).