What "meditation" means to me is finding what is "in between," or "in the middle" of two things. For instance, between two walking steps, feel all the little movements between the two. Or all the experiences between two breaths. Or all the tiny movements inside your "single" body. Or between two "separate" people, reach your awareness between them and sense all the experiences "in the space between them."

The complementary definition of meditation is conscientiously attending to a single changing thing, like the breath.

Credit for this website goes to...


Keith Wiley, Zen Priest and Educator

Ann and Sasha (Alexander) Shulgin, Psychopharmacologists

Mark Cohen, Standing Meditator

Rabbi Lavey Derby

Knowledge of Others

Gerald Wacknov, Father

Myrna Wacknov, Mother

William and Joel Wacknov, Brothers

Jeanne, Jim, Lynn, and Kathy McDowell

Gerald, Shelley, Jeff, David, and Lisa Levitt

Shawn and Lisa Britton

School Friends

Janet, Carolyn, and Dorris, Coffee Klatch

Care of the Physical Body

Anthony Wong, Tai Chi Master

Stephanie Lacarrubba, RN, LAc, QiGong Teacher

Dr. Travis Svensson, Psychiatrist

Parameters of the Spiritual Body

Margaret Cole, Computer Educator

Lloyd and Virginia Walker, K-12 Educators

Dr. Stuart Heller, PhD in Psychology, 7th Degree Black Belt

Dr. Villy Doctor, Indian Philosopher

Mr. Ropa and Peter Sage, Spirits

Connecting to your Higher Self

Marilyn Ferguson, Author of The Aquarian Conspiracy

Reverend Kim Wakabayashi, Church of Divine Man (Berkeley Psychic Institute)

Fredric Lehrman, Author of Prosperity Consciousness


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More About This Site...

The idea that meditation means what is in between was given to me when I was 18 or so (now I am 51) by my early inspirational teacher Stuart Heller, who made the Walking Your Talk website, WalkingYourTalk.com I am a very slow learner, but I have been thinking and playing with the idea for a long time. I am still learning and exploring.

The complementary approach, attending conscientiously to a single changing thing, like the breath, came from various sources. However, I vividly remember focusing on sitting still when very young, and on listening intently to the changing lyrics and sound of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel music as a teen.

These early meditative experiences led to my being interested in meditating on all sorts of phenomena, and eventually led to this website.

— Kevin