top of page

Why Relying on the Past to Predict the Future is a Trap.

As we navigate life, it's common to turn to the past for guidance and try to predict what the future holds. We might dig into history to avoid repeating the mistakes of others, or we might rely on our own past experiences to shape our future decisions. But what if attempting to predict the future is actually holding us back?

I argue that relying on the past to inform the future can be a trap, as it can limit our ability to create a new and different future.

One of the main problems with trying to predict the future is that it can make us overly focused on the past. When we try to predict what will happen next, we often rely on past patterns and experiences to guide us. But the future doesn't always follow the same patterns as the past. By trying to predict the future based on the past, we might miss out on new and exciting opportunities that come our way.

Another issue with trying to predict the future is that it can lead us to become too attached to certain outcomes. When we have a specific idea of how we want the future to unfold, we might become fixated on that idea and lose sight of other possibilities. This can make us rigid and inflexible, which can make it difficult to adapt to change.

So, if trying to predict the future is a trap, what can we do instead? I argue that the key is to focus on creating the future, rather than trying to predict it. This means taking control of our own lives and being proactive in shaping the future we want. It means staying present and mindful, and being open to new and unexpected opportunities.

Creating the future also means being self-aware and understanding our own motivations, desires, and limitations. By being self-aware, we can make more intentional and mindful decisions that are in line with our values and goals.

Overall, attempting to predict the future can be a limiting and unproductive approach. Instead, it's important to focus on creating the future we want by being mindful, proactive, and self-aware. By doing so, we can open ourselves up to new and exciting possibilities, rather than being limited by the past.

Hope this helps!




Hi, I'm Jason.
It's great to see you!

Welcome to the Wonder Blog, where I explore the power of possibility and wonder. I hope you can see yourself in these posts and join me as we discover new ways to unleash our potential and chase our dreams. Let's make the impossible possible together.

Let the posts
come to you.

Thanks for Subscribing!

bottom of page