http:/​/​youtu.​be/​YCJ_​n_​wumyU?list=RD6wbqYOKPi3Y The Taittirīya Upaniṣad (Shlokas 2.1 - 2.5) describes the five "sheaths (elements)" of a person (Sanskrit: puruṣa):
From this very self (ātman) did space come into being; from space, air; from air, fire; from fire, the waters, from the waters, the earth; from the earth, plants; from plants, food; and from food, man.... Different from and lying within this man formed from the essence of food is the self (ātman) consisting of lifebreath.... Different from and lying within this self consisting of breath is the self (ātman) consisting of mind.... Different from and lying within this self consisting of mind is the self (ātman) consisting of perception.... Different from and lying within this self consisting of perception is the self (ātman) consisting of bliss....