SAFE G: Empowering Resilient Communities

Mission. To empower local communities to design immediate and effective SAFE G solutions that implement optical fiber wired to the home and office. Local taxpayers and ratepayers are entitled to this alternative to wireless, because they have already paid for it. Please see: Irregulators v. FCC.

5G/AI/Internet of Things Juggernaut presents an imminent threat. The harms to our community’s physical and mental health, the local environment, violations of citizen’s rights to due process, property, and personal privacy are foreseeable and preventable. The threat is especially dangerous to our children, elderly people, those with special sensitivities, disabled persons with chronic illnesses, caregivers, and our economically disadvantaged and minority communities that have no escape in their homes or workplaces.

Remedy: Community Empowerment: An effective remedy begins with widespread education and training in a proven system of wise leadership, community organization, team building, and negotiation. With this purpose we have created a 5G Dojo to support local communities around the world that are facing similar challenges. The key is to share negotiation successes and practical experience, so these lessons can be immediately deployed within the network. Equally essential is to fortify community-wide resilience rapidly and effectively. (See: 5 Minutes toResilience)

Our Funding Goal: $ 100,000

Donations: Please make your check or money order payable to National Institute for Science, Law, and Public Policy, designated for "SAFE G/Community Empowerment Initiative". You can contribute in two ways.

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5M2R – Synchronicity

Building Integral Resilience and Big Heart IQ in 5-minutes a day!

Integral Resilience is the Rosetta Stone for Behavioral Change underlying Robust Health, Life Force, Imagination, Creativity, and Longevity. What if it can be cultivated in 5 minutes of practice per day?

———————–Click audio to hear soothing temple gongs!—————–


Things that accord in tone, vibrate together; things that have affinity in their innermost natures, seek one another (I-Ching)

When every morning brought a noble chance (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)

The real voyage of discovery consists, not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes (Marcel Proust)



  • With a Flick we can enter a place beyond space, time, and entropy.
  • Surfing and flowing, not getting or contriving.
  • Nourish “S” as you would lovingly your Garden.
  • Discover a hidden river of meaning that flows just beneath surface of our lives.
  • Stay humble, close to the Earth.
  • Practice for the sheer bliss of it!

Resilience Advantage

  • Love potentiates “S.”
  • “S” teaches us to See the Big Picture, both inner and outer. 
  • “S” turns blockages and adversities into opportunities, and therefore,
  • “S” builds hope and resilience.
  • “S” develops memory and creativity by expanding context.
  • “S” signals early warnings of risk and danger.
  • “S” teaches flow.
  • “S” balances causation with randomness.



Audio Transcript

I like to think of S as a beloved friend, or an angel, accompanying me on my life’s journey, who appears at times to intercede and to remind me that there exists another world within this life that is great, mysterious, and wondrous. This realization is a powerful source of personal Resilience.

Here are three true stories that are as vivid today as when they first occurred:

  • Snake or Delusion? (Makyo). On a sultry summer’s day in Kamakura during the 1980s, just after my teacher, Yamada Koun Roshi confirmed my kensho (in the Zen tradition this is the first taste of realization—passing a first gate) I returned to my cushion to resume my practice. Everything was still, twenty or so other students were in deep meditation; not a leaf moved. I happened to look out toward the entrance to the Zendo; and there coiled at the entry was a large yellow snake. I was amazed that no one noticed it. I got up quietly to investigate. But the snake had vanished. I went into the kitchen, and the cook came out to see; no snake. To this day I don’t know whether this was simply a real snake—there are snakes in Kamakura. But why just here? why at this very moment? Or perhaps as Yamada-Roshi later remarked it was a makyo—a sudden apparition which often appears as the student is approaching an important point on the journey. To this day, I don’t know whether the snake was real or my imagination? I am stuck in this inter-liminal world between one reality and another. Zen masters tend to dismiss makyo as unnecessary distractions on the student’s journey into deeper realms.
  • The Fetzer Foundation—During the early days of Discovery Engineering International, a company I founded with Dr. Elmer Green (a pioneer of psycho-physical self-regulation protocols) and his colleagues at the Menninger Foundation, we trained the senior management of the Fetzer Foundation in our discovery engineering EEG biofeedback system. The protocol was for the participants to learn to enter a “creative reverie” state, and there to invoke hypnagogic and hypnopompic images as they arose unbidden from the Unconscious Mind, thence to explore how these images can be helpful in creative problem solving. During the sessions various participants reported the same images without discussing them beforehand. (We have often encountered in our training programs such examples of “shared consciousness”). In the training with the Fetzer team: a wolf’s head, swamps, a decapitation, a tornado. In our report to the Foundation, we indicated that for our DEI team the story these images warned of and foretold the near proximity of an upheaval in the Foundation at the senior level of its management. Our warning was ignored. A few months later, just as predicted by the participants’ own images, there was a palace coup. The president and his team were terminated by the Board.
  • Encounter with Brother David Steindl-Rast. In early Spring 2017 I was riding my bike on Cabrillo Boulevard in Santa Barbara musing in deep gratitude for Brother David Steindl-Rast’s wonderful teaching—Stop Look Go—which I was planning to include in my new book and webinars. Precisely– and I mean precisely and simultaneously– as I was cycling home just by Santa Barbara Wharf (a bridge of sorts, perhaps in itself is significant) I observe this elderly man and a young companion. Ordinarily, I would have simply passed by. But something told me to look more closely, and Lo!–the elderly gentlemen appeared to be Brother David. I dismounted, and said to him, “I can’t believe this, are you Brother David! But you are a monk and you live in a monastery in Austria, not in Santa Barbara. What are you doing here? I was just thinking of you! You have materialized!” “Why, yes, he replied with his deeply accented sonorous European voice, smiling and bemused, as if nothing remarkable was happening. “Now let me introduce my young friend, he is Caesar Chavez’s grandson.”

“But, what are you doing here?” I exclaimed. “I am a great admirer of your work, In fact. I was musing for the last half hour on your wonderful teaching Stop Look Go.” “Well, I’m here only for the day. I’ve been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey,” he observed casually.

Our conversation then flowed easily into many topics of shared interest, Brother David recommended a specific Hayden Symphony, as we both love music, and invited me to visit him in Austria when I travelled next to Italy…A few years later out of the blue I received a birthday greeting. To this day I treasure and honor Brother David in my Heart.

What is Synchronicity (“S”)? –As Carl Gustav Jung wrote in 1951, S is an acausal principle that is deeply meaningful to us. S may have antecedents in the animal and plant kingdoms; for example, in the murmuration or simultaneity of swallows and fish swarms. S also has striking parallels in discoveries in quantum physics—specifically particle/wave uncertainty, superposition, and entanglement —all suggesting the I-Ching’s deep insight: “Things that accord in tone, vibrate together; things that have affinity in their innermost natures, seek one another.”

Makyo.  For me the kensho meeting with the snake almost 40 years ago, and recurring occasionally in dreams, suggests the first appearance of an extraordinary dragon energy that I am only now “rediscovering” through calligraphy that I will introduce in my next book.

Fetzer—The meeting at the Fetzer Institute introduced me to how creative reverie can help us to connect with S in this moment, and also with the Future… I have discovered that the seeds of the Future are right here, implicitly obvious, and available to us.

David Steindl-Rast—My chance encounter still leaves me speechless. The deep lesson I draw from this chance meeting then, as now, is a reinforced confirmation of Brother David’s simple, yet profound message: Stop Look Go, …with Gratefulness.

The subject of S is of ancient origin—the I Ching, Delphic Oracle, prophetic dreams in the Old and New Testaments; the Indian Yogic tradition views S as a siddhi or extraordinary power that traps and feeds the Ego in a web of attachment, and diverts us from a Higher Path.

I am evolving my own approach to S that derives not from any academic or scientific research, and more from a different apprenticeship and training with some of the great 20th century Zen teachers, martial artists, and pioneers of biofeedback, as well as remarkable personal experiences that have brought S as a living reality to me.

I view S not only as a mental phenomenon and but also as a process that deeply implicates the Heart, and the Heart’s energy field that is Love. And, I believe, the subject is best approached in a spirit of Wonder and Reverence. I find we get into trouble when we seek to get something from S, to mine it, market it, manipulate, rank, contrive, or to control it. My personal and direct experience is the subject itself invites us to shift our relationship with the living world.

How to explore this deep and vast subject? I have several introductory thoughts that may be a useful to those who are listening.

  • First, Love powers S.
  • By cultivating Love and Heart, we avoid most of the traps of the Shadow of S, that the Indian saddhus warn against. The Ego drops out. We have no expectations
  • Here are a few introductory practice tips:
  • How to seed the process? Become curious, perhaps keep a journal, pay attention to dreams, listen.
  • How to learn the code? Simply treat any event as a story; don’t press too hard for meaning; allow meaning to emerge, to occur; simply ask, without any preconceptions, for example, “What is a … (snake), not immediately what does it mean; we are not looking for absolute “true” meaning; rather the goal is to explore the terrain for ourselves.
  • How to validate the signal? Incubate the story as you go to sleep; let it ramify and reappear; explore whether it is authentic. Don’t take Ss on faith. Test and validate the message.
  • How to begin?

> A simple practice: Flick and Connect with Love: This very Moment is the S event, right here unfolding before our very eyes, indeed all our senses; this moment is the Miracle. We need look no farther.

  • You can play each day in this Space, and as often as you like. As Brother David writes, the moment is a gift. All you need do is to pause, to look and flow. Some things in life are really this simple.

© Copyright Julian Gresser/Big Heart Technologies July 2021, All Rights Reserved.

5M2R – On Courage


Today is a good day to die.” Crazy Horse

“We cannot discover new oceans unless we have the courage to lose sight of the shore.” Andre Gide

Audio – Courage in the Age of Corona



  • Katsu! Experience your power!
  • Uncertainty: Take the world as it is, without contriving to change it.
  • Beliefs: We don’t have to believe our emotions or ideas or the stories spinning from them, just because we conjure them.
  • Data: Focus on the data.
  • Quiet the Heart, and See the Big Picture

Resilience Advantage: Courage<>Love<>Resilience

  • Love tempers and aligns the energies of courage and resilience 
  • And turns Uncertainty into an ally.


5M2R On Gratitude


“Every moment is a given moment. We haven’t earned it. We didn’t ask for it. It is a gift.”

(Brother David Steindl-Rast)

A monk asks Da Lung (Great Dragon)
“The physical body rots away. What is the hard and fast body of reality?”

Da Lung replies: “The mountain flowers bloom like brocade; the valley streams are brimming blue as indigo.”

(Blue Cliff Record # 82)

Audio – Resilience by Grateful Living



  • Stop, Look, Go
  • Enjoy the mystery, surprise, and play
  • Express gratitude by paying forward,
  • and watch what happens.

Resilience Advantage:

  • Grateful living>>paying forward>>creates our own luck>>we are free (akarmic).


Audio Transcript: Resilience by Grateful Living–The Story of Brother David

Sometimes a message comes to us in a thunderclap. Such was my extraordinary encounter with Brother David Steindl-Rast. My story takes place in a late afternoon in May 2017. I am riding my bike along Cabrillo Boulevard by the ocean in Santa Barbara. I had recently been introduced to the work of Brother David and was deeply touched by his simple practice, Stop Look Go. I don’t know who introduced me to this beautiful practice. I may have discovered it by chance on the Internet. At any rate, I am musing over Stop Look Go and contemplating how I might introduce it into my own writings and courses on Big Heart Intelligence. My mind and heart are overflowing with gratitude to Brother David. As I begin to turn back home from Stern’s Wharf, I perceive an elderly gentleman accompanied by a youth of around twenty years, slowly walking up the rise toward me. Mind you, this is precisely at the very moment I am contemplating Brother David. Ordinarily I would have passed this elderly gentleman, without noticing, lost in my own thoughts.

Somehow, this time, I pause; “It cannot be,” I say to myself, “but this elderly person indeed appears to be Brother David.” I cannot resist, I stop by him, and inquire “Can you possibly be Brother David… because at this very moment I have been thinking intensively about you? I am a great admirer of yours.” “Why, yes, I am!” he replies pleasantly with his wonderful thick Austrian accent and a bright smile. I would like you to meet my companion, he is the grandnephew of Caesar Chavez.” “But what are you doing in Santa Barbara. You live in a monastery in Austria,” I ask in amazement. “Oh, I am here only for today. I have just completed my interview with Oprah Winfrey.”

I get off my bicycle. and we begin to chat. I tell him I love music, and he immediately recommends that I listen to his favorite Hayden symphony; I tell him I am planning a vacation in Italy, and he invites me to visit him in his monastery. It is as if we are old friends meeting after a long absence. I will treasure this chance meeting all my life. And as I reflect upon it, now writing this account, I have the odd sense it is a deep confirmation several years in advance of everything I am relating here.

Facets of Experience

The concept of gratefulness is recognized in all the world’s wisdom traditions. I am told that the Talmud contains an instruction that upon rising we should be grateful that the laws of physics have not changed. I am not sure this is accurate quotation, but I like the faint hint of humor in it.

The practice of grateful living, at least as Brother David teaches it, is as simple as can be. Stop—meaning to Pause at this very moment during the rush of life; Look around you at what is actually happening; then Go with what is being offered, right now; grateful living is affirmative, not passive. We make the most of the gifts of life.

And sometimes we are reminded once again that this single moment is fleeting. Last week I woke up, looked out from my porch, and there in all its glory in the morning sunlight is a golden flower smiling up to me from a cucumber patch. I don’t believe I have ever witnessed a flower quite in this way. But then several hours later it is gone, died and shriveled—only its memory remains. I feel a sense of sorrow as though I have missed out, not fully savoring this special moment before it vanished forever. But then, a few days later, several flowers appear, each in its own way as lovely as the first, and now in greater abundance. There is a famous line from a Chinese poem: “Although the kingdom is destroyed, the mountain flowers and castle grasses are once again in bloom.”

What happens when we open ourselves to life in this way? I am continuously amazed by the abundance and fecundity of life. Every detail of it, every pattern contains a mystery, a surprise, and as the English poet Tennyson expresses it, “a noble chance.” In these moments I find refuge, joy, freedom, serenity, and love. And they can continue, if I really want them to, without end– a river of thus, thus, thus…

When we proceed in this way the moment, if we are lucky, may invite us to accompany it on a journey. We can grasp hold of what the German poet, Goethe, calls the “golden thread.” The golden thread takes us deeper into the experience of what this moment is telling us. There is an aquifer that runs underneath the soil of every one of the world’s great wisdom traditions; and it may not matter too much where and in what soil we begin to dig. What is important is to be steadfast in our digging.

As I dig, the years roll backward. I begin to reflect on the multitude of gifts and real blessings I have had in my life, for which I am amazed to say, I have scarcely realized and enjoyed until to this very moment. The living memories come easily back to me: my father playing Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier on the piano in the evening after work—all I need do is to open the treasure chest of memories and the music of Bach flows though me, here as my father is playing it; I look again in the ancient mirror, and I see the reflection of my mother introducing me to Homer, Leonardo, and other classics; and over there is my elder brother, a first year medical school student explaining to his admiring kid brother the structure of a cell. And, of course, my dear wife, Angela, my pilgrim soul, who has been my constant companion for almost these forty years. I treasure these precious moments we have together during this time of corona. All I need do is open the floodgates of the past and the memories, healing life-affirming memories, rush back to me; for this is what I invoke, and I am grateful for all the good fortune that has come my way and brought me to where I am today, here in this very moment.

This sense of gratitude is so powerful I hear an inner voice say, “Trust in the Connection”. When I am grateful, I do believe, in my Heart, despite so many years of being armored or distracted, that it is indeed possible to Trust in the Connection, notwithstanding the cruelty, injustice, violence, and blind folly in the world today.

But what if we put this principle of Trust in the Connection to the test? It is an ancient idea. In the Book of Job, the Devil approaches God who is well pleased with the good works of his servant Job; and the Devil says, “Yes, of course Job is a happy man; look at all the good fortune you have bestowed upon him. But let me put my hand on him, and he will soon change his tune.”

Is it possible to be grateful in the midst of chaos and personal misfortune? Why be grateful when life seems to turn cruelly and unforgivingly against us? I do not believe Brother David or any of the other teachers would say to my friend whose little girl of seven in the sunshine of her childhood is suddenly dying of an inoperable and aggressive brain cancer that he should be grateful for what is happening to his child. Nothing of the sort. It would be an obscenity. Trusting in the Connection means not to shun or turn away from what is happening, for actually there is no escape. But rather to find inside that which is happening to us, meaning, purpose, and inner strength—a pathway through the darkness toward Light and Love.

This is the secret Jacques Lusseyran discovered, as he describes in his extraordinary autobiography, And There Was Light–a little boy blinded in a school yard accident, yet encouraged to persevere in life by his loving parents. Light and Love carry him through his service,  printing an underground newspaper for the French Resistance during the Nazi Occupation of Paris; and even after he is captured by the Gestapo and is sent to Auschwitz, he survives the horror—one of a small few among thousands of other French compatriots who perish; but he, totally blind, lives.

Gratitude, persistence, and a sense of mystery and marvel are keys to survival in the account of the psychiatrist Erich Fromm, as he looks out upon the beauty of the Alps from the boxcar window in the train taking him to Auschwitz.  In each case, in the face of horror and despair, these heroes have held tenaciously and resiliently to life, with gratitude.

I have made one other for me stunning discovery. I call it “Turning the Wheel for Better.” I have found that as part of Brother David’s “STOP LOOK GO” if we Pay Forward the joy, the gifts, out into the world—to complete strangers, to friends, and community– as Emerson writes in his famous Essay on Compensation—to pass the gifts on, “line for line, deed for deed, cent for cent”, the universe responds; and the bounty will multiply in many mysterious ways.  I call this “Creating Our Own Luck.”       

And, of course, a really interesting question is Who is this “We”, who appears to turn the Wheel? I am only now after 76 years beginning to observe the first flicker at the dawn of an answer.

There is a secret to this art form: do not to ask anything in return. It is not a bargain; rather, it is analogous to learning to surf. We play for the sheer joy of it. And in this way, we become free.

5M24 – On Movement


Eppur si mouve (And yet, it moves!) Galileo

‘And so, my mind held high above itself, looked on intent and still, in wondering awe.’ Dante, Paradiso

Audio – On Movement and Resilience


  • Avoid continuous sitting over 30 minutes.
  • Take 10-minute intervals for vigorous walking several times each day.
  • Enjoy moving with music and drum beating. 
  • Every cell alive! Alive inside, Alive outside! 

Resilience Advantage:

  • Exuberant walking is an antidote to sitting, the new smoking.
  • Frequent 5-10 laps of vigorous walking may reduce blood pressure significantly.
  • Through movement we come to a place of inner stillness and silence,
  • where everything is washed away.



Self Care

Self Care

“No amount of self-improvement can make up for any lack of self-acceptance.”

Robert Holden, Ph.D. author, psychologist, philosopher

Blue Cliff Record Case # 94 —Dongshan is well.

Dongshan was ill. A student asked, “You’re unwell. Is there someone, after all, who isn’t sick?” Dongshan said, “There is.” “Does the one who isn’t sick take care of you?” continued the student; “I’m actually taking care of that one.” Dongshan observed. “What’s it like when you take care of that one?” continued the student. “Then I don’t see that there is illness,” Dongshan replied.

Audio–Caring for That One


  • Simply enjoy being you.
  • And make happiness a first priority in your life.

Resilience Advantage:

  • When you can accept (love) yourself, you begin to love your life more deeply, no matter what happens; they are inseparable. Everything—inner and outer—suddenly shifts.

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Integral Resilience for Busy People

Integral Resilience is the Rosetta Stone for Behavioral Change underlying Robust Health, Life Force, Imagination, Creativity, and Longevity.

What if it can be cultivated in 5 minutes of practice a few times each week?

Everyone these days, it seems, is overly busy. Some even call it a malady, because “busy-ness” can be closely linked with overload, fatigue, burnout, and depression.

5M2R is designed with busy people in mind. It accepts busy-ness as a way of living, but offers a path to having better balance.

What if you can continue to be busy – if you like being busy – but there is a way not to sacrifice what is really precious in life – what matters most? We have designed 5M2R to dovetail effortlessly with your busy schedule.

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There is increasing scientific evidence that life-affirming “positive” behaviors have beneficial effects on a large spectrum of human challenges, including recovering from trauma, managing chronic illnesses, building adaptive vitality, and even longevity. Integral resilience is a foundation for addressing all of these life challenges.


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Create your own luck by Paying Forward the benefits you receive to others in your community.


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Offers a novel way to cultivate stamina, adaptability, flexibility. vitality, wisdom, balance, flow, and love—values that societies throughout history have held most precious; but have lacked a practical means to account for and therefore have treated as non-economic in nature.

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