No the spiritual does not equate to subconscious, because the subconscious is not defined in terms of that it makes choices, and that it is a matter of chosen opinion what is in it.
You just make a conceptual mess, where now you have obliterated the idea of emotions and subjective opinion. You have also undermined the concept of choosing and free will, because the concept of choosing does not function, when the question of what the agency of a choice is, is regarded as a factual issue.
All the definitions of the words must be consistent with each other, without contradictions. Locking into each other to make a functional conceptual scheme.
There are alternative futures A and B available, and A is made the present, meaning A is chosen,
Then there is the question "what was it that made the choice turn out A?"
Then the answer is a choice between X and Y.
Where either answer X or Y is equally valid.
But a forced answer X or Y is invalid.
Where X and Y are subjective words like beautiful, fear, God.
An opinion that a painting is beautiful is formed by spontaneous expression of emotion with free will. To choose the opinion that the painting is ugly, would be equally logically valid. To be forced to say the painting is beautiful, provides an invalid opinion.