It's not bringing logic and reason to another, in this case "higher" level, if that is what you're pointing out with your reply. Spirit is something existing on it's own beyond control of logic and reason.
I'm not sure if I would agree that anything exists due to the control
of logic and reason. Is this you saying that the process of determining whether or not 'spirit' exists is something that is outside of the scope of logic and reason?
It's rather sensed
Elaborate on what you mean by 'sensed'. Presumably this isn't 'being sensed' in the same way one tastes food, sees light, touches grimy surfaces, smells sulfur, or hears music. Alternatively, if that is
the manner of 'being sensed', please describe what you've tasted, or have seen, or have touched, or have smelled, or have heard of 'spirit'.
and thought of than reasoned.
Could you better explain what you mean by this? This is different from just making stuff up in one's imagination, yes?
To you, does the process of reasoning
involve the process of thinking
? If you thought of something that both you and I agree is not real, say, a giant gorilla at the top of the Empire State Building, in what way would you be able to conclude that the giant gorilla does not, in fact, exist, via thinking without reason