I am hearing the phrase “Ich fühl mich wohl” as meaning along the lines of either “I feel me well”, or “I say feel thee better unto me”, that one is commanding theirself.
Is this just a quirk-phrase that has popped up in the language—a queer thing, unique in its own way?
This is my understanding of the words:
Ich subject form of the first person singular pronoun (nominative) — I
fühl second person singular imperative of feel — feel thee
mich direct object form of the first person singular pronoun (accusative) — unto me
wohl — swell/well