The unconscious is hidden, in the sense that we don't always take the time to stop, when a disturbing event happens. We don't have time to digest it But, it's not hidden, in the sense that you do not have access to it. Memories can be stored in different parts of the brain and can be retrieved through different means, including conscious recollection and unconscious processes. Access to the unconscious mind can be challenging because, by definition, it is outside of our conscious awareness. However, there are several methods that individuals can use to try to gain insight into their unconscious processes. So again, introspection is a tool, which involves looking inward and reflecting on one's own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. By exploring our inner experiences, we may be able to identify patterns (Saṃsāra-Wheel), emotions, and memories that are not readily accessible to our conscious mind. Saṃsāra is a concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, and other Eastern religions that refers to the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth that all living beings go through. According to this concept, all living beings are trapped in the cycle of saṃsāra, which is characterized by suffering, impermanence, and constant change. The Wheel of Saṃsāra is a powerful visual representation of the concept of saṃsāra. The concept of Saṃsāra has its origins in the ancient Vedic scriptures of India, which are among the oldest religious texts in the world. The term “saṃsāra” comes from the Sanskrit word “saṃsarati,” which means “to wander” or “to go through a series of changes.” In the early Vedic period, the concept of saṃsāra was associated with the cycle of seasons and the movement of the sun and stars, but over time it came to be associated with the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth of living beings. The concept of saṃsāra was further developed in the Upanishads, a collection of philosophical texts that form the basis of Hinduism. According to the Upanishads, all living beings are trapped in the cycle of saṃsāra, and the ultimate goal of human life is to escape this cycle and achieve liberation or enlightenment. #UnconsciousMind #Introspection #SaṃsāraCycle #WheelOfSaṃsāra #VedicScriptures #Upanishads #Buddhism #Hinduism #Enlightenment #Liberation