“Philosophy is search for truth, inquiries into popular ideas, and the smarter way of exploring life.

Why Philosophy?

-You know the reality.
-You find your deepest truth.
-Form your own perspectives on life.
-Develop thinking skills.
-Follow your passion.
-Become unbiased being.
-Know the greatest Thinkers.
-Examine different theories.
– Become more conscious towards Self.

The Thinker, French Le Penseur, sculpture of a pensive nude male by French artist Auguste Rodin, one of his most well-known works.

How could you start learning Philosophy?

You could start philosophy with a regular practice of productive thinking.

After that, you could start reading philosophical theories, concepts, and discuss ideas.

You could make comparison on subjects, form judgements, deconstruct old ideas, and start ahead with fresh learning on everything.

In all these, you could enroll yourself in philosophical institutes and achieve diploma.

After attaining good background, you could graduate in philosophy, and then move towards the higher level of Masters and Doctorate.

Philosophy is never an end, it’s a transformation into new beginning.

After Philosophy=WHAT?

-Have opinion on everything.
-Develop your ideas and be an innovator & leader.
-Help others to come out of any problems.
-Create a peaceful place of living for everyone around.
-Be an Academic philosopher.
-Participate in intellectual discussions.
-Publish book.
-Start a social organization or an academic institute.


Today everyone is talking philosophy. And we see that the concept in Philosophy is turning well defined, properly explored, and systematically structured. Surprisingly, it has become a way too Academic. But it shouldn’t be forgotten that Philosophy is a way of everyone’s life, and every one has its own way of philosophizing.

Here you will explore various dimensions of philosophy, develop your thinking, know your existence, participate in discussions, and achieve your personal style of philosophizing.

Here you will discover your unique ways after knowing popular philosophy & theoretical concepts. I know the journey would be difficult at the beginning. But, with every passing days you will realize the worth of every steps you took.

Happy Philosophizing!

Here is the List of popular articles. Enjoy Reading! And Don’t forget to comment so that we know your ideas too.

  • See the False as False and Follow Your Nature – Osho
    Originally posted on Sat Sangha Salon:
    Truth is. It needs no effort on your part to invent it. Truth has to be discovered, not invented. And what is hindering us from discovering it? We have been taught many lies, mountains of lies. Those are the barriers which go on falsifying the truth, which do not allow our hearts to reflect that which is. Truth is not a logical conclusion. Truth is existence, reality. It is already here — it has always been here. Only truth exists. Then why cannot we find it? How do we manage not to find it?…
  • International Webinar on Sri Aurobindo
    Originally posted on Philosophy News in India:
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  • Financial Literacy as a growing source of Happiness
    When I started thinking on this, I believed that the definition of happiness is free of unhappiness. Now let’s think on the conditions which could make us unhappy or stressful or anxious. Think of your day from Start to End– what are the areas where you feel happiness is fading away? Let me say! It might be your favourite food on the menu list; but a lesser zero in your money wallet; and it might be your dream car selling on huge discount; but you have left limited savings; and it might be the family emergency; but no fixed deposits. … Continue reading “Financial Literacy as a growing source of Happiness”
  • The Aim of Philosophy
    Phrase Explained Have you ever observed a fly trapped in a bottle? What does it do there? It will travel round, may be for two or three times, and then quietly sit at the surface to revive its lost energy. When you observe the fly for quite sometime, you will realize that it ends up its life without finding the way out. Now as a true human observing that desperate poor being, do you feel like helping it out? Do you see it as meaningful to show the fly the way out. Otherwise, you are such human who doesn’t care … Continue reading “The Aim of Philosophy”