The subconscious mind is part of the self-defense mechanism of the mind. It stores unresolved traumatic events that may prevent us from functioning properly.
Removing unresolved traumatic memories from the subconscious and transferring them to the conscious does not require forgetting those events but releasing them!
The Subconscious - Short introduction.
The subconscious Mind includes deciphering the supersensible and conveying the messages to the Body and Mind. This article does not emphasize the mystical side of the subconscious, which is intriguing in itself, detailed below.
As you delve deeper, you will find that the subconscious has more and more meaning in our daily lives.
The subconscious stores unresolved traumas, determine (through the magnetic fields) our sexual identity and sexual orientation, and control and dictate all the supersensible features, intuition, and telepathy. It synchronizes us with the energy of life and helps us with creativity, imagination, and initiative. And this is only a partial list!
The subconscious is part of the self-defense mechanism required for survival.
The subconscious Mind activates many processes, bypassing logic and critical thinking; it is a mechanism designed for life-force energy conservation, crucial for the survival of any living being.
Where does the subconscious reside?
The answer to this question is still unclear; researchers speculate that the subconscious Mind is not necessarily limited to our physical brain; it may be linked in a hive spring to a virtual communication network of the universe. If this hypothesis turns out to be correct, the pineal gland probably has much higher importance than it seems today.
Does the subconscious have other functions besides protecting us from traumatic events?
The answer to the question is partly philosophical. The subconscious is the ruler of all supersensible phenomena, apparently deciphering our sexual identity and sexual orientation; it is also responsible for our telepathic ability and intuition. The subconscious Is the "chip" that synchronizes us with our environment and the universe—the question of how the subconscious works is still a mystery.
The subconscious Mind is a "virtual safe" for unresolved traumatic events from our past. It has an immense impact on our physical & mental health. Therefore, it cannot be easily penetrated.
Penetration into the subconscious is often not possible through the tools of psychology. Only techniques of hypnosis, meditation, tai chi, kung fu, and the like (commonly used in martial arts) can penetrate the conscious Mind. Even shamanic rituals and psychedelic drugs such as Ayahuasca can penetrate the subconscious. These drugs are often illegal and banned from use.
The accepted explanation in the literature of blinking functions is lubrication and protection of the eye, a particularly delicate and sensitive organ. The explanation is accurate, but it is incomplete.
Its location, direct blood supply, and the fact that it is unaffected by the brain's barriers have made the gland the "supreme synchrony" gland. Many mystics, philosophers, and scholars see it as the connection to other worlds and the gland that produces intuition and telepathy.