If at some point physical reality did not exist yet it materialized, then a preexistent, non-physical / non-material “spiritual reality” with sufficient imagination, will, and authority initiated it.
Given its preexistence and independence, spiritual reality enjoys none of the limits in time, space, form, or condition imposed on physical reality: it is eternal, ubiquitous, and infinite.
Spiritual reality is at once the perfect matrix1 / medium2 by which errorless communication occurs with physical reality, the messages themselves that are delivered to and received from physical reality, and the accurate and complete recorder of any activity by all forms and conditions of physical reality.
- An environment or material in which something develops; a surrounding medium or structure.
- An agency or means of doing something.
The intervening substance through which impressions are conveyed to the senses or a force acts on objects at a distance.