The correlation between the unconscious mind and the Biblical and ancient conception of God is astounding. Everything that is true of the unconscious mind is true of God.
Bible and Ancient Authors
The Bible and other ancient authors teach that the unconscious mind actually is God. For example, the Bible and ancient authors quoted by the Bible say in Acts 17:28:
For [nonphysically] in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets [ancient authors] have said, For we are also his offspring [ancient author quote].
Another example, Romans 1:19 says:
Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath [has] shewed [showed] it unto them.
Knowledge about the unconscious mind in behavioral science literature is encyclopedic. Freud and Jung are just two sources of knowledge about the unconscious mind and, remember, they were scientists, basing their knowledge on decades of personal, experimental (relating to scientific procedures) observations. The millions of bits of information about the unconscious mind in our possession today agree perfectly with the Biblical and ancient author conception of God. This conclusion is easier to understand if you simply think of the unconscious mind as being a person.