There is no „unconscious“. Everything which is perceived is accessible to the consciousness, because the consciousness itself arises just from the totality of our material and mental perceptions. The concept of the „unconscious“ is a consequence of our mind dominance, because it has coined this concept out of its egocentric view.
What the mind calls „unconscious“ are our mental perceptions. The mind calls these perceptions „unconscious“ because it cannot perceive them directly itself but nevertheless has to acknowledge that they are related to its material world and can cause it to act „correctly“.
The mind calls the mental perceptions „unconscious“, because it is in its self-assessment and misassessment of the view that it itself is the consciousness. If he now is the consciousness, then „logically“ everything what somehow maybe is, but is not accessible to him, must be „unconscious“. Everything else, which is not accessible to him, he then calls fantasy.
The soul is not experienceable for the mind, the material is not experienceable for the soul. The consciousness is the result of that what flows together from both sides at perception. Everything is conscious. Everything forms the consciousness.