My Response: As with all inanimate matter, it has the common desire of this matter: to maintain its form. In the spiritual world there is no still, vegetative, or animate nature because all the desires of these levels are directed only to self-preservation.
An ordinary person does not exist there either. This is all imaginary nature because it does not emanate, does not produce anything from itself. It is busy only in order to maintain its existence in the most comfortable form and nothing more.
Question: It turns out that the entire spiritual world is exclusively in our brains?
Answer: Of course. Where else? After all, there really is no space. The spiritual desire is called space.
Question: But do the roots of all material objects and phenomena exist?
Answer: That is mandatory. They are in our desire and therefore are reproduced in it.
Question: Can you tell what, for example, is a table in the spiritual? What is being done to it, how is it being used?
Answer: There is a certain force or, as we call it, Reshimo (information record), which draws this table in us.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 6/10/19