FYI, I began writing this post two months ago. Way before the death of Donna Pessin. Thank you.

Are you one of the many people looking for the perfect healing program? The one that is easy, that makes our lives all that we ever wanted them to be. The program that fills all of our expectations without any fuss or muss? Well, as far as I know it does not exist. Why do I say that? Because being ill, feeling lousy, aching  a bit, detoxing, cleansing are all part of healing [also known as a “healing crisis”]. When feeling crappy while detoxing it is hard to convince people all their suffering will lead to a better state of health. A “Healing Crisis” presents opportunities to fully experience this present moment. How? Well, deep healing brings up discomforts that often have to be faced. It is like peeling an onion to get to the core. Medicating symptoms away, long term, only causes more pain. A Health Crisis can be an opportunity to be in this moment. To fully experience the now. To simply be with the way things are. Sometimes that sucks. Is this a convincing argument for Western Medicine, or what? Doc, Just give me something to make it all better. And make that yesterday.


This is what Western Medicine – Big Pharma – The Doctor – The Hospital is selling: Feel better fast by expunging sickness and discomfort through taking drugs, having pain blocking injections, etcetera. If that does not work surgery is next. That is pretty much what Western Medicine defines as treatment. Well, you may argue that at least a person can feel better now, get out of pain and live life. I honestly understand how that could be very appealing. Unfortunately, for many Allopathic Medicine patients, this is not how things pan out. More often a positive outcome, for Western Medical patients, is not something to count on. This is especially true as the health of each generation declines. When there is a reprieve in symptoms from Western Medical Treatment it often does not last long. Western Medical Treatment, more and more often, is punctuated by a some major health crisis. That crisis may or may not seem connected to the previous one. It is connected in some way, of this I am sure.


At some point people have to pay a price for abusing the quick fix. Pay now with a more Holistic Approach, or pay later with the Traditional Western Medicine way. The price is pretty high either way, but with the Holistic Approach discomfort is part of finding the root cause of sickness, and healing it. The Western Approach can be likened to sopping up a leak without finding out what is causing it. Make it go away, I don’t want to deal with this. That is the mentality of a child wanting their Mommy to make it all better. I get it, and so do the Pharmaceutical Companies. Big Pharma knows the psyche of their audience very, very well.


Again, this post was originally written two months before the death of Donna Pessin.

Donna Pessin often, and very confusingly, talks out of both sides of her mouth without realizing it is a problem. Maybe she is just not hearing her own words being expressed that way. The UHP has at least one thing in common with Western Medicine in one very particular way. AT LEAST! What is it? Ms. Pessin tells her audience that her program will take care of it all. More clay, more herbs and more colloidal silver, plus all her “Crutches”. When that fails to give, the people I hear from on her program, the non-suffering experience she promises she says that one may need to see a doctor. Okay, I am fine with that. Medical intervention may be necessary. However, she claims that there is no such thing as a Healing Crisis. This claim creates feelings of frustration and failure among her followers. Especially when they feel downright sick and none of her “Crutches” work. This may sound familiar to many who have walked the halls of Western Medicine their whole lives. Given false promises to be healed by medications while they eat and drink as they want. If you read The Unique Healing 1 Book you will find it has many contradictions. One of those truly ironic contradictions is that Ms. Pessin does have some information and points of view that can be very helpful in understanding the cleansing process of the body. The irony is that there is so much obviously contradictory information right along side of it.


The Kalcker Parasite Protocol is not a quick fix. One needs to ride it out for at least 6 months to understand the process and follow the directions that are provided. The most powerful strength of the Kalcker Parasite Protocol is the understanding it provides, to those who will listen, that infectious organisms living in the body are at the crux of illness. If you do read Kerri Rivera’s Book [where the Kalcker Protocol is laid out] keep an open mind. Do you believe in your ability to heal? It is possible, even if that is not the message we get inundated with by the Western Medical Culture. Improving quality of health is possible, but the path to healing is unpredictable. The path to wellness is ongoing. True healing involves behavior and lifestyle changes, and that most often takes time to put into practice. For sure.





Author: notyourrawmama

At the age of ten I distinctly remember questioning the premise that illness just happens to us. The idea that every action has a reaction became a clear reason to doubt that I could not personally impact my own health. In my very early twenties I was introduced to the Macrobiotic Philosophy of Life and assisted a Macrobiotic Counselor in NYC over a period of ten years or more. My life took many twists and turns and I evolved from a trained dancer and performer to a Shiatsu Therapist, Yoga Teacher, Colon Therapist and student of different Spiritually oriented Mind Body Therapies at the Esalen Institute and other healing centers. My associations are as follows: Member of the AOBTA for over 20 Years Member of the NCCAOM for approximately 12 years Member of the Yoga Teachers Alliance 500 hours for approximately 12 years Colon Therapist [ Wood's Institute ] Since 1998 Along with studying REIKI [ 2nd degree ] I was part of a School based on the work of Railey Macey, Dr. Robert Jaffe and Hands of Light. Railey Macey was my teacher. Thank you for your interest in my blog. notyourrawmoma "Wherever you are be the soul of that place". Rumi


  1. How did Donna Pessin die? She could not have been very old.

  2. Where did you get your information from? I received the same email everyone else did and there was no discussion of how she died. Did you speak to someone in her family?

    • Condolences on her fb page Donna Urbaitis Pessin. Emails from people in her area who knew her. I said I believe she had cancer. She said she needed to take time off because her mother had fourth stage cancer. This was in one of her last mass emails. From what I read on her facebook page it had been going on for awhile. There is a comment from her brother. I did not see his comment. I was told this by a few people – I do not know his name – Last – Urbaitis? mentioning she had cancer. Donna having cancer does not mean she was a fraud or worse. She had a complex health history and in recent years some heavy stress. From the time I met Donna – skype- she made it very clear to me she had not done her program as it presently exists. At this point I am not sure what to believe. I do know she touched many people and I am sorry her last year / year and a half was not her finest in terms of dealing with people. It is clear now why. It does not matter what dis-ease it was or what one wants to call it. She would say all disease is the same basic thing. It is haunting and brings up feelings of sadness for many.

  3. Yes, I found this news greatly upsetting. I have spoken and met with her for several years as well. She did say her approach to healing herself did not involve as much clay/probiotics as she was now recommending. I’m aware of her health history and her mother’s illness. I was glad to hear she was working on her emotional history and recommended some things to her. I am a believer that all health issues have their roots in our emotions and perhaps that was the missing piece was for her.

  4. I was very sad when I received the email about Donna Pessin passing, although not very surprised. I remember watching one of her videos a couple of month before her death and wondering if I should be following health advice from someone that didn’t look very well. I’m very sad to see that I was right. I spoke to her once and she seemed to be a truly good person trying to help people improve their health.

    • I agree with what you say here. Her death brings up some very sad feelings for me. I am sorry that her family has not been more helpful to the people who bought her products and took her advice. At least they have not via email to the public. We all have our limitations, but in this situation poor communication is adds to the tragedy. Thanks for sharing your feelings. M.

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