About this Forum

Hi Friends,

I think you need not know much about me, except that I am also just like you a guy living on this beautiful planet earth, an ordinary nut. I throw open this forum for all across the globe, so that you can freely air and shoot your views; I assure you that I always respect your views; you can contradict me,you can hit me, you need not necessarily agree with me. As a matter of policy this site is not created to propagate any vested interest or creed; rather the intention is to remain “freed” from the confines of any kind. Please devote this page for self-enquiry, probing, and awareness, so that we do our bit on this beautiful earth to enhance it’s beauty a bit more in our own bit but unique style. Please avoid talking ‘knowledge and logic’; let us talk like a child under the premise that we dont know any thing but fresh and transparent.

My Name: P Sulochanan (in short: ‘sulochan’ or just ‘sulo’)
Email Id: sulochanp@gmail.com

43 Responses to About this Forum

  1. sarita says:

    interesting forum page…will definitely be checking in every now and then..

  2. Cafe dog says:

    Well here I am another ignorant American… such a big complicated forum, so little I know. its definitely been worth the time so far. Funny how some of us in different cultures use different words yet come to the same conclusion, Inutiutiveness, is a greater guide then Cerebral logic. Its too bad more people aren’t confortable with “not knowing”…

  3. sulochanosho says:

    The walled world is bound to collapse and humanity rises to a new high: that’s the trend, thanks to emerging communication and interaction and participation. Internet and communication technology has a tremendous potentiality to take the humanity to a different level of understanding and fusion. Thank you Sarita and ‘cafe dog’!

  4. Stockthoughts says:

    Wow!! Such a huge number of posts in your blogs. Never know will be able to read all your posts. Looks like you’re disciple of UGK:) Nice

  5. Miki says:

    Hi back, Friend!
    Great and simple and honest words, I love this presentation of your forum! I like the idea too…you might remember who I am? The art of Doing Nothing?
    And I might remember you in the future and participate to your forum, from time to time… I can’t promise avoiding logic, as I am a mathematician from first profession, but I can talk fresh too, as I am still a child.. but do you know what? I already spoke logic as a child of 5 years, as mathematics was an early passion… and logic in fact is wonderfully transparent and fresh 🙂

  6. sulochanosho says:

    Miki, your words, ‘… I am still a child’ would sound more profound. Even though you are a mathematician, and logician by profession, your words sound more magical and mystical. And you are that! Thanks. Love to see you here.

    At least your random paintings there, are not the creation of logic, but magic!

  7. Miki says:

    Thank you very much for the kind welcoming words, Sulochan! I hoe we will often meet, here and there, and help to fill the cyberworld with magic…

  8. am says:

    in the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the best merciful
    Hi,
    Firstly, Thank you for your comment at: http://afriendforyou.wordpress.com/
    Secondly, I read breify your blog and find you with some positive characteristic, such as open mind, lovely and curious.
    Thirdly, you told me about heaven…
    Fourthly, I want to tell you somethings:
    I’m a male. I’m muslim and maybe you are christian.
    In regard to many issues that we want to know them, we should to investigate other religions such as Islam.
    Hereafter, the day of judgment, the gole of life, etc are many subjects that we reseach on them.
    for intruduction you can visit http://www.islamic.org.uk/
    and for more references you can get in touch with me.
    Thank you again
    afriendforyou

    sulochanosho adds:

    Thank u am for your good wishes. For me really ‘allha is all’. I mean it.

    Frankly, truly and strangely speaking, ‘I dont know which religion I belong to.’ By default and expected societal norms they might have labeled and put me in a frame of a particular religion and category or so. But I am not there. I belong to no frames. I just belong to myself, to say so. The whole world and existence is mine, to say so.

  9. canadada says:

    WONDER is the key …
    Peace bro. c

  10. Niyaz says:

    thnks for passing by ma blog 🙂

  11. Ninti says:

    Hi Sulochanosho,

    it has been a long time since I checked my blog on blogger! I just saw your comment and followed the link to your forum. Interesting! I’ll come and read more, as there is lots to read!
    Do you know the comic book, the upside down circle? http://www.bluedolphinpublishing.com/upsidedn.htm
    you might like it!
    Thanks for leaving a comment at my blog,

  12. sulochanosho says:

    Thank you Ninti, for this ZEN BOOK link. Yes we are so trapped and burried under the debris of LOGICAL things that now we need to do a great deal of ILLOGICAL things to liberate ourselves!

    Your blog is really a quite affront in this direction. Thanks.

  13. Denis Eugene Arackal says:

    Great forum. Very good. Keep the spirits up sulochan

    sulochanosho adds:
    Yes, Denis!

  14. SURESH says:

    Dear Sulohanosho ,
    I saw your few posts in DRVASU – osho/zakir naik/Sri Sri
    You have created a beautiful garden here ( of various views ).

    sulochanosho adds:
    Thank you Suresh for your presence here.

  15. cheritycall says:

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  16. createmo says:

    Thank you for your website 🙂
    I made with photoshop backgrounds for myspace,youtube and even more
    my backgrounds:http://tinyurl.com/5assk2
    have a great day and thank you again!

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  18. rambodoc says:

    Sulochan:
    Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

  19. Kiran says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog Sulochan..Happy holidays and 2009!

  20. skashliwal says:

    Thanks a lot for your observation n delighted for your footprints. A learner only.

  21. e. anthony nanes says:

    thanks for dropping by the blog. 🙂

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  23. sulochanosho says:

    Karen sent in an email, saying,

    What a delight to have wandered through some of your posts and quotes. You’ve a garden of wisdom here!
    Karen
    http://oldernbolder.wordpress.com

    sulochanosho adds:
    Thank you Karen for your delighting words.

  24. I love your site. Keep it up !

  25. shweta says:

    Hi Sulochanan,

    Interesting blog. We all share the same journey of searching and finding our home within. All the best!

    sulochanosho adds:
    Yes, Shweta, happy journey!

  26. chloë says:

    cool blog 🙂
    thanks for your kind words

    sulochanosho adds:
    Thanks chloë!

  27. pujathakur says:

    Hey, Thanks for visiting my blog…

    And this is a wonderful blog!! I am glad to see people who are as inquisitive about life as me.. Hoping to have more interactions with you!

    sulochanosho adds:
    Great pujathakur, your visit here. The cute child with! What’s the child’s name? Thanks to both. All the best.

  28. John says:

    Although UG says that his ‘Enlightenment’/”Calamity’ experience was a random event and that it could have happened to anyone, I find a parallel between him and Pandit Gopu Krishna … who too had a Kundalini experience and went through the physical turmoil explained by UG. I am wondering … at the very least, an “enquiring” mind is required if not an inclination towards all things spiritual … for the Kundalini experience to happen …

  29. Tom says:

    It would be better for the planet and all life forms on it if human beings would not be trying to enhance its beauty. Let the planet take care of itself.

  30. Ravi says:

    Its a nice forum with a stylish message 🙂

    nice to know someone who thinks on the similar lines 🙂

    Will definitely follow this interesting blog.

    I have added your website in my page, Let me know if you have any probs.

    Thanks
    Ravi

  31. sai kiran nagineni says:

    Hi Friend,

    Good initiative taken by you by dedicating this page for self enquiry and awareness. But my stupid mind could not understand your statment on avoiding knowledge and logic, though your statements appear pretty logical! Can you clarify me? 🙂

  32. cardinalcrossing says:

    Thanks for your comment on my blog, I too learned over time that my faith is in the spirit of God, not a certain religion. Religions divide people which is evil IMHO. We should embrace common beliefs and wisdom from all of Mankind, from all the ages. The Golden Rule for instance is in every Culture; I embrace and live by it everyday. Wisdom isn’t taught, it’s learned from within one’s soul IMHO.

    Knowledge is taught but only received by an open mind. My 3 R’s in gaining knowledge possibly wisdom is: Research, learning all sides of the subject. Rhetoric, learning the passion of the subject. Finally, REASON, once you understand with research and rhetoric, you can find reason. If no research is available, rhetoric doesn’t matter and reason turns to faith or hope.

    Not having the time to read all your writings, what do you think of my Philosophy? Kindest Regards CC

  33. Versed says:

    Hello, as you can see this is my first post here.
    Hope to receive any assistance from you if I will have some quesitons.
    Thanks in advance and good luck! 🙂

  34. tom bailey says:

    the small bit ive read about u.g. krishnamurti he seemed disapointed and angry a bit like nietzsche without the opium

  35. kerry walker says:

    I love your forum…very good…now help me with the work…to publish this book…simply search: the dawn of intelligence

  36. sulochanosho says:

    Kerry Craig Walker:

    Really some ‘beyond the box’, ‘beyond the boundary’ words and works of Kerry Walker there. His DAWN OF INTELLIGENCE is an expression in this straight direction.

    Kerry Walker’s blogs:
    http://guestmonkey.blogspot.com/

    http://wildmanwalkersblog.blogspot.com/

    Read DAWN OF INTELLIGENCE:
    [Link]

    All the ‘best’ to Kerry.

  37. Kaila Leversee says:

    I believe other website proprietors should take this website as an example , very clean and great user friendly style and design .

  38. Dilip says:

    Wow your blog is super! Lots of meaning & learning. Best regards.

  39. Looks like you’ve put a lot of effort in here. Look forward to looking around

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