If keeping a group of skeletons we want to forget, in the closet of the subconscious takes a lot of effort and energy (Osho also said that much energy is released when we stop repressing) then you don't have to do anything in order for the repress knowledge to bubble out of your subconscious. You don't need to do anything in order to end the conflict and remove the border between the conscious and the subconscious. You are the one how is keeping it in place, by putting effort in keeping it there each and every moment. Why do you put so much effort in keeping it there? the suppression mechanism is driven by our need for understanding. Knowledge is just bits and pieces of information without context. It's the understanding of that knowledge which is connecting the dots. Without understanding we don't know what to expect from reality. That's why we hang on to it, it gives us a sense of stability and meaning to life. (it's not a bad thing to have an understanding, but if new information comes along, which demands a change of understanding - refining it or replacing it - then one should know how to let go). If we can find a way to stop understanding for a while, not stopping to form new understandings, but stop caring for any understanding all together for a while, the force that pushes the repression will stop pushing, and the locked up information will be released. In my experience, meditation is taking you to a place of direct experience, pure experience with no concepts to filter it.