All particles have their own fields. More precisely, I've learned that an electron is just a bundle-up packet of energy from an 'electron field'. So as in this sense, all particles (from the standard model) have their own respective fields. Quark from it's quark field, electron from it's electron field, and so on.
My question is that, can all these fields be unified to a single field? I'm not talking about gravity and the unification of gravity with the fields. I'm asking whether such a field is possible which is the sum total of all the fields and which birthed the different fields that we see in our universe?