Ok, so it seems like you're a person, who was born, and has been here for decades. And it seems impossible to see yourself as anything other than that. So instead of considering the whole idea of being a person, take a good look at "experience".
What is the nature of "experience"?
Is there any reason to believe that your perception of experience labelled "blue", is replicated anywhere?
If you have a belief that somebody, or something, can be aware of the experience of "blue", in EXACTLY the way that you are aware of it, take a look at that belief.
What evidence do you have, to confirm that it is not just a belief?
Then look at the belief that the experience of blue is something outside of, other than, or separate from, you.
Is there REALLY a border between the experience of blue, and your awareness of it?
Is there a place where "blue" stops, and you begin?
Finally, take a very close look at whether YOU actually ever experience experience.
For example, do you ever actually experience pain?
Or do you simply know of pain, and of thoughts that say that you are experiencing pain?
Is there ever any direct experience of "experiencing pain"?
If you think there is, please describe what the direct experience of "experiencing pain" is