Our unconscious Yes is nothing more than a spiritually correct Yes. And spiritually correct is as ugly as politically correct.
The Sacred Yes stands on the platform of a Sacred No. Without the strength to say No, yes is meaningless, weak, pandering to social correctness, an approval seeking journey.
Everything of value is based on the strength of No. But an intelligent person soon learns that while No is important, it offers shallow delight. Yes is expansive, a journey into the unknown. Yes delivers us into the delicate hands of existence. Yes bathes us in wonder. It is a childlike experience.
Every human journey is a journey into No, and then through understanding, a let go into Yes.