The body image is altered not only in psychotic disorders but also in religious experiences.
In satori, there is no distinction between the body of oneself and others, between the body of a person and the Buddha. The body is changed into, as it were, a metaphysical body, and it loses all its objective characteristics found in the everyday dimension.....The distinction between one's own and others' bodies, between being a self and the being of others, completely disappears.
[Yuasa, Y. (1987) The Body: Toward an Eastern Mind-Body Theory. SUNY Press.]
Again, having my own body, is not a matter of course!