Richard ReeveThe tremendous reality of soul for the most part remains buried beneath the white noise of our culture.  The work done here is dedicated to help you find entry into the experience of soul, a place some have come to call the imaginal.

The manner in which we seat ourselves in a subway car, stand along the bank of a river, lean into a mountain trail, or shape our digital presence, all of these can be thought of as an expression of the soul’s posture.

These accumulated bits of code are just that.  While not evident at first glance, this site is nearing 1000 posts that explore my interests in the arts, analytical psychology, and the practice of active imagination.

I enjoy the digital arts aspect of social media as well as fiddling with the many tools that extend our online presence.  The particular practice within this space has developed into short meditations in image and word.  You might consider them “plays” if you embrace that word in the spirit it was employed by Gertrude Stein.  Over time my practice here has simplified while extending its roots through annotations, links, and metadata. If looking for me on a social media outpost, my primary engagement is on Twitter.

Benjamin, at 2, Finding/Making an Image


Richard Reeve is a Development Officer with Panthera, a global wild cat conservation organization.  He enjoys rural living with his wife Judith and their two children in the Catskill Mountains of New York.