Tijn Touber (Amsterdam, 1960) is a musician, writer, inspirer and meditation teacher. Hij founded the popular music group Lois Lane which became a hit in the eighties in the Netherlands. Tijn, who wrote most of the songs, sold over 100.000 records. After this adventure into the sex, drugs and rock ’n roll side of life, Tijn dived head first into silence and meditation. Hjavascript:void(null);e quit touring with his band and studied spirituality for 14 years, traveling to India 17 times for extensive meditation practice. He has taught meditation techniques and life skills to a wide variety of professionals, amongst which the Amsterdam Police Force, The Dutch Military, doctors and nurses of the three largest Dutch Academic Hospitals, business people and many others. 

He has written six books on the art of enlightenment, some of which became bestsellers, and has become well known in Holland. He writes columns in magazines like Happinez and Ode. He is the founder of the largest meditation network in Holland called Stadsverlichting (Cities of Light). He combines music and meditation in his Seven Steps To Paradise Concerts. Tijn organizes silent retreats on a regular basis, some of which together with his partner Binkie. They live in Amsterdam. 


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