Krishna Prem

KP with statue

Krishna Prem here... Today I was on a podcast with Swaram. And we spoke how when I originally met Osho in the desert outside of Mumbai, I rented a cart powered by a bull to get to his doorstep... and I parked my bull beside Osho's borrowed Chevrolet car. Osho was resting in his one-room brick home. I slept on the ground until he was ready to receive me... and the rest is history. Enjoy.

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From Swaram... Today our guest is Krishna Prem, aka KP. KP is one of the very first Western Osho’s disciples and the first to open a meditation center in California. We are going to talk about how to live life in a playful way, what is a playshop, and how to bring meditation into the marketplace.

I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact KP via his website Enjoy the show!

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

KP’s background
KP's journey from the USA to India 
How KP arrived at Osho in 1973
KP's first meeting with Osho
KP's opening the first Osho meditation center in the USA
KP's tips on how to run a meditation center
KP tells the story of how he taught jokes to Osho
How and why KP lives a non-serious life
The difference between a workshop and a playshop
Why visit the Osho resort in Pune
KP's book and projects
KP's morning routine
KP's favorite meditation
KP and Osho today


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