It is clear that, in the last century, the body has found a centrality often previously neglected, if not directly denied, by our tradition of thought. The objective of the article is not to produce a historiographical survey of the main philosophical analyses that have been conducted on the body, in our contemporaneity. Rather I am interested, here, to outline an attempt of practical philosophy. I would try to apply some of the main concepts elaborated by Deleuze and Guattari (Body without Organs, becoming-other, processes of individuation, de-territorialization and reterrtorialization) and by Foucault (technologies of the self and practices of subjection, use of pleasures) to my own body as it was experienced in the whole of my growth process, starting from the kierkegaardian concept of occasion. An attempt of practical philos-ophy, therefore, precisely because what is proposed is to immanentize in (my) flesh and in practice the set of notions and categories, proposed by Deleuze and Foucault, concerning the body, the flesh and the processes of subjecti-vation and modification. In outlining this research there will be analysed and used some of the main philosophical analyses of the Twentieth century dedicated specifically to the analysis of corporeality (Merlau-Ponty, Nancy, Sartre, Deleuze and Foucault); but useful insights will also be drawn from authors who have not devoted much attention to this subject (Wittgenstein and Stirner). A tripartition of the body will also be introduced, which will be divided and analysed from three elements: the organism, meat and satura-tion areas. At the end of the paper, we will return to the whole body as it was intended within my practice of subjectivation.