I have often noticed that writing poetry sometimes replaces the realization of the emotions that were projected in the subconscious. That is, if there are obstacles to the achievement of pleasure through the implementation of emotion in the external world, there is no such problem in art, and in this case art is a spiritualized projection of emotion, expression of which is invariably accompanied by feelings of pleasure and satisfaction. Certainly it is undeniable that the implementation of emotion with a real object would have brought far more satisfying, but with the existence of external barriers to achieving the desired, formed new virtual method of implementing the internal motives. However, the art impulse is not only positive emotions. Aggression, frustration, protest, pain and all sorts of emotions and feelings are not realized in the external world also tend to express. One more element is the desire for self-knowledge and self-revelation inherent to a person on a subconscious level, and at some point, when under the influence of any external factors that desire is activated; the person feels what may be called inspiration.
The most profound and significant area of human intelligence is the unconscious. The unconscious is a repository of primitive instinctual drives plus the emotions and memories that are so threatened by the consciousness that had been crushed and driven into the unconscious. Unconscious material largely determines the daily operations.
The studying the phenomenon of the unconscious goes into great antiquity. For Plato the recognition of the existence of the unconscious was the basis for creating the theory of knowledge, built on the reproduction of what is in the depths of the human psyche. Being familiar with the philosophical ideas of Plato, Freud, of course, drew out some ideas about the unconscious. (Freud, 2009)
It is known that a key regulator of human behavior is unconscious. Freud discovered that behind the veil