Unconscious - Freud explains that this part occupies greater area compared to conscious and the preconscious memory of a individual and in enormous. This is not readily available in bringing it to conscious or awareness. The feelings and thoughts are dumped which includes the urges, feelings and ideas which are tied with anxiety, conflict and pain. Freud believed that this are not disappeared but stored in this part of memory which can eventually affect and influence actions and the conscious awareness of the individual. Also, Freud conceptualized the Id, Ego and Superego - where activities of this occur in this area.
Freud also represented this mind structure into a model of an iceberg, the mental iceberg which Freud's illustration about Human Mind. Accordingly, conscious and preconscious can pass information back and forth wherein in the process of passing it can fall into the unconscious mind where it cannot be readily available freely. This is expressed as the images presented below:
Id functions to satisfy self-gratification and no care for others, the selfishness in every individual, irrational and emotional. Ego does the rational thinking and helps grow awareness that there are things that human want are not always attainable.