"The Universe, Nature, God is always a developing and self-enriching essence. Not only does our knowledge of the Universe evolve, develop and become more profound, but the Universe itself does as well" says Svarogich.
Meeting experienced technical and financial advisors, horoscope or astrology, time series and forecasting with statisticians and economist or dream analysis - in a way we need future to be ours.
We can always sit and discuss on futurism and forecasting. We have pros and cons hired with us. Pick any one and speak. It is endless discussion. According to science astrology is not exact science to predict future. But weather reports have gone wrong so many times although being a science then accuracy of astrology. 'Those who have knowledge don't predict. Those who predict, don't have knowledge' says Tzu.
But the hungry question is " why do we need to predict?"
1. To decrease uncertainty
2. To resolve disputes
3. To prepare (proactive vs. reactive policies)
4. To make better decisions
5. To adapt
Any more reasons?
Marcus Aurelius Antennas said, "Never let the future disturb you. You will meet it, if you have to, with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present." Then what do you want? To predict or not to predict! If you don't want to predict future, invent it.
The core of astrology is not its calculations or techniques, but its symbolism, the laws and structure of which permeate the world and form the backbone of the Universe.
Astrological calculations based on the motions of the planets are in fact "counting sticks" by which we learn the divine idea of which our Universe is woven. The names of the zodiacal signs are approximately two thousand years old.
In assimilating the rhythms of this weaving, we form inside ourselves the spark of the divine consciousness, becoming like God. The 20th century is the age of the revival of astrology as a system of exact knowledge. Astrosophy, astropsychology and cosmobiology are few new names.
The development of astronomical calculation methods -
1. The augmentation of accuracy in ephemeris calculations;
2. Kepler's three laws of planetary motion;
3. Later by Newton (and/or by Hooke (1635-1703 CE)) of the laws of gravity has gone apace but astrology came to a halt in its evolution for three centuries.
American astronomer Newcomer's outstanding exact system of astronomical calculations was accomplished only at the beginning of the 20th century.
Human behavioral science introduces some other techniques to know future other than scientific or non-scientific astrology and horoscopes. Believe or not there some concepts to forecast your upcoming days.
1. Self-talk - 'She is my love and I am going to marry her'! 'I will pass exam'.
2. Directed imagination. - Visualize self. Talking with friend in canteen and expressing love.
3. Energy toning - Confidence, hope, pleasant anticipation.
4. As-If principle - Behaving as if...
5. Intuition - aware of upcoming situations.
6. Faith - Faith in God!
7. Goals - Self determined approach to get numbers!
'An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn't happen today' says Evan. Time series analysis and other statistics methods are based on past data and trends. Historical analysis and experience make advisor to forecast business deals.
We have number of techniques to predict future in terms of numbers, symbols, sentences and emotions.
As Einstein says, "I never think of the future - it comes soon enough" - can be another self confident and bold effort to wait and accept future rather trying to find in advance without any preparation to face.
Is predicting right?
Prophecy is a good line of business, but it is full of risks. Accurate predictions are useful in helping us to prepare for the future and to recognize patterns in our lifestyle, they can -- whether correct or incorrect -- be destructive. Predictions can become self-fulfilling prophecies. Meetings with an accident, failing in exam, unable to express or speak are few unsuccessful predictions, which cause destruction in confidence.
Prediction of disaster or death can cause fear and depression. Predictions can be perceived as constraints. If we believe that the future is preordained regardless of what we do, we might discard the intuition, motivation, creativity, resourcefulness, and sense of responsibility which we would otherwise employ if we believed that we can influence our future.
According to Davidson's statement - 'Forecasting future events is often like searching for a black cat in an unlit room that may not even be there'.
However if you don't believe to stick at prediction but want to be aware of future then try it to do so. But make it more meaningful. Rather just talking about luck with no base. Anyway luck is not merely luck it ask for some intelligence.
You better live your best and act your best and think your best today, for today is the sure preparation for tomorrow and all the other tomorrows that follow. That's better prediction!