Love communicates from within itself.

Love is free from culture, gender, situation or reasoning.

Love is the balanced experience and expression of our true self.

Love by Hans-Peter

Don’t ask anyone “Who knows the way?”
otherwise you run the risk of not getting lost…

When I heard this sentence—which seems paradoxical at first glance—in a film, I spontaneously realized how much truth there is in it. I first had to let it sink in. Why should I get lost? Then, I began to understand that behind this is the chance to see and approach the world—my life—in a new, purer way . . . certainly from a truer self. And, yes, it may be a bit scary at first, but at the same time, it is liberating to be reconnected to the path the true self wants to walk . . . it usually opens up the moment you think you are lost.

In my work as a coach and consultant, I have the wonderful opportunity to support people, and organizations, in change processes. I have seen how often the old ways have been described as “new.” Yet, the famous, long-recognized quote from Einstein says: We can’t solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.

I have always wondered why people believe that the old familiar ways will lead to a changed and desired future. Why do we think we can meet a future already emerging before our eyes with the tools, thoughts, and beliefs, of the past?

One problem I kept seeing in the process of trying to make a desired change was that we repeat the thoughts of others, what others did, what others experienced. It seems that we hide behind the commonalities of our culture that do not allow us to follow the inner urge to be authentic, share our own experiences, or live an authentic life and not an imitation of someone else’s life.

When I first encountered New Equations, I was surprised by the ease with which I found support to open myself to the new. I trusted the unknown and had the physical experience of a new quality . . . a new box was not only opened, but a new one was created.

To seriously face the future in the here and now, I think we all need to be part of unity with diversity in our individual ways.

But HOW? I don’t have your answer, but remember how I started this little article:


Don’t ask anyone “Who knows the way?”
otherwise you run the risk of not getting lost…
Fabian smiling and holding tea

Hans-Peter Kraus

Hans-Peter Kraus, Soultype 5, is a student in the NEATO Level 2 – New Equations Expansion program. He enjoys linking bridges that create a balance between different perceptions. Hans-Peter lives on the border triangle of Germany, Switzerland, and France, near Freiburg (Black Forest), Germany.