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Taunia Kellerby

A Buddhist path to recovery gave Kellerby the tools and insight to overcome heroin’s grip – and ease her suffering. She found healing in Refuge Recovery, the growing mindfulness-based recovery movement started in Los Angeles by Buddhist teacher Noah Levine. “I’ve finally learned that I won’t think my way out of any afflictive state of mind. I will have to act my way out of it.,” Kellerby says. She volunteers to bring Refuge Recovery and mindfulness meditation to people who are incarcerated. A veteran of the U.S. Marines, Kellerby also works at an addiction treatment center in Nashville. “Life has become rich because I am no longer avoiding the parts of myself that need attention,” she says. “I have the capacity to feel; to tolerate and have empathy for what is difficult.”

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