One morning in Montreal, Jack looks down the tunnel of his future, and the realization "this is not for me" takes him straight onto the first flight to London, where he meets Michael (whose wife he also marries several years later). Jack and Michael become lovers, and a new life begins as they become disciples of Osho. They are now Krishna Prem and Divyananda. They take part in a quasi-survivor experiment in India where they build huts, subsist on clover and ward off vultures. A commune establishes around Osho in Poona with people from all over the world. As head of the press office Krishna Prem meets with Indira Gandhi, Morarji Desai and international journalists. In a hive of mysticism, inexplicable events and past-life encounters Krishna Prem falls in love and embarks on his first fulfilling relationship with a woman. Osho, India and Me: A Tale of Sexual and Spiritual Transformation is a great adventure. It is also a compelling true story, a first-hand glimpse of a unique mystic at work.