The Radiant TRT Heart First Ashram®

Updates to Requests for Healing/Wholing Networking directed using The Radiance Technique®, Authentic Reiki®, TRT® Heart
(Most recent updates first)


First received Wednesday, January 25, 2017
For Marilyn R. in Decatur, Illinois who has begun chemotherapy for breast cancer...[February 14] "83-year-old Marilyn is handling the chemotherapy treatments with little depression, even though she is losing her hair. She had the second chemotherapy session five days ago and continues to care for herself at home. Her son and his wife check on her frequently."...[March 13] Marilyn is doing as well as can be expected. After her next chemotherapy session, she will be evaluated for surgery and radiation....[March 26] Marilyn had her fourth chemotherapy session on Thursday. She is very tired and sleeping a lot. At this point the doctors think she will need two more sessions...[April 12] Marilyn will have a blood draw today to see if she is ready for the next chemotherapy session on Thursday.
Update Thursday, April 27, 2017
Marilyn was even more tired after her chemotherapy session on April 13. Nevertheless she is regaining strength while still caring for herself, and is preparing for the sixth session on Monday, May 8.

First received Monday, April 17, 2017
For Linda R. in Phoenix, Arizona with elevated blood pressure which is not responding to medication.
Update Monday, April 24, 2017
After four changes in medication, the current medications seem to be working well. Continued support as Linda and her doctor assess the impact of the medication on her kidneys and adrenal glands.

First received Tuesday, September 13, 2016
For Daniel G. in New York City, New York who injured his hand in a ceiling fan....[September 19] Daniel is having surgery today to have pins put in the finger which was shattered by the fan incident...[October 4] Daniel still has ongoing, debilitating pain in his hand....[April 6] Daniel is in the process of deciding how to proceed with further treatments to repair his injured finger after a failed surgery...[April 17] On April 20, Daniel's finger will be rebroken and another surgery performed to reset it with the hope of returning it to full functionality. Support for Daniel and his medical team.
Update Monday, April 24, 2017
"The surgery appears to have gone well. Daniel anticipates being released from the hospital tomorrow. A support wire was wrapped around the bone and injury to assist in healing. A third surgery will be required to remove the wire in three months. Daniel is an accompanist and vocal coach."

First received Tuesday, March 14, 2017
For Kathie B. in Huntsville, Alabama who fell and broke her left humerus which may require surgery...[March 18] Kathie is scheduled for surgery on March 20. Her shoulder joint may need to be replaced. Support for Kathie, her family and medical team...[March 26] The surgery was successful and the joint did not have to be replaced. She is healing quickly with no infection.
Update Monday, April 24 2017
Although she has developed diverticulitis which is not responding to treatment, Kathie continues to recover well from the surgery.

First received Saturday, March 18, 2017
For five-year-old Keira L.O. in Palm Harbor, Florida who will see a neurologist after a CAT scan did not explain her constant headache and nausea...[April 6] Keira's symptoms have progressed rapidly and she now has pain in her neck and back and weakness in her legs. She has been diagnosed with Chiari malformation which is affecting the flow of fluid between her spinal cord and brain. She was admitted to the hospital this morning and the neurosurgeon is recommending surgery tomorrow morning. Support also for her family and the recovery process...[April 14] Keira's surgery was on April 7. She was released from the hospital on April 12. Recovery is slow: she has headaches and also severe pain in her legs when trying to walk.
Update Thursday, April 20, 2017
Keira is making progress. She was able to attend school for a full day yesterday.

First received Friday, February 3, 2017
For Joanne K. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa who was hospitalized last night after a painful fall onto her right hip...[February 4] X-rays show that Joanne did not break any bones in the fall. Her left side (not the side she fell on) is very weak and sore. Having been discharged from the hospital, she is at home using a walker to get around and caring for herself. A cell phone is attached to the walker for quick emergency use. Her children will check on her daily...[April 6] Joanne is making progress. She is doing therapeutic exercises and is able to take on minimal tasks without need of the walker.
Update Thursday, April 20, 2017
Joanne is now free of the walker during the day, and uses it only at night. She remains in her home as the healing continues.

First received Tuesday, April 4, 2017
For Elisabeth B. of Venezuela and Florida who is in the hospital in Chile with a serious case of the Hanta virus: the next seven days are critical...[April 10] "Elisabeth is improving every day. On Saturday night she slept well for the first time. On Sunday she got out of bed and took her first few steps."
Update Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Elisabeth has been released from the hospital.

First received Tuesday, April 18, 2017
For eighteen-year-old McKenna G. in Cooloongup, Western Australia, Australia who has not come out of a coma induced as a treatment for a drug overdose, and for her family.
Update Wednesday, April 19, 2017
McKenna regained consciousness today and will begin her recovery with the support of family and friends.

First received Wednesday, January 25, 2017
For Tony R. in Wheat Ridge, Colorado who is in a hospice facility with pneumonia after a long illness, and for his sister, Kathy.
Update Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Tony made his transition on April 16 after being in and out of the hospital for the past few months. Continued support for his sister, Kathy.

First received Friday, October 30, 2015
For Peter A. in Wigan, United Kingdom with pancreatic cancer, and for his family.... [November 11] Peter is having an operation to remove the tumor on November 18. This is a difficult operation as it is around an artery...[November 18] Peter's doctors were unable to remove the tumor... [December 9] Peter is recovering well from his operation and will be starting chemotherapy on January 5...[May 26, 2016] Peter is feeling positive and the consultant was pleased with his progress. The tumor has shrunk slightly....[July 26] Peter has been doing a bit better. His tumor is a little bit smaller, but still inoperable...[December 15] Peter's tumor is growing and he is now in the hospital with a severe infection...[December 18] Peter is having a stent fitted into his bile duct as soon as there is an available operating room. Support for the staff at the hospital and his wife who is finding it difficult to cope... [December 25] The stent has been fitted, and Peter came out of the hospital yesterday. He is still feeling quite delicate.
Update Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Peter has lost weight and is now under nine stone (126 pounds). He needs to be above nine stone to be able to continue with chemotherapy.

Received Tuesday, February 28, 2017
For Beryl A. in Wigan, England who is very stressed supporting her husband, Peter, who has pancreatic cancer.
Update Tuesday, April 18, 2017
"Beryl is not coping at all well with her husband's cancer."

First received Sunday, March 26, 2017
For 98-year-old Duler B. in Crossette, Arkansas who will have surgery for a broken hip once her heart arrhythmia is controlled, and for her daughter, Pat... [April 5] Duler’s doctors decided surgery was too risky. Support for her recovery process which will include physical therapy.
Update Sunday, April 16, 2017
Duler is at home with hospice care. She is still in a great deal of pain which requires heavy medication. Her hip shows little sign of healing.

First received Wednesday, April 5, 2017
For Ken S. in Huntsville, Alabama who has dementia, pneumonia, and now requires a feeding tube, and for his family.
Update Sunday, April 16, 2017
Ken made his transition this week.

First received Wednesday, April 5, 2017
For Mark J. in Hudson, Florida hospitalized in intensive care after falling and cutting an artery in his arm, and for his wife, Barbara, who is traumatized after handling the emergency situation.
Update Thursday, April 13, 2017
Mark is recovering in Florida from a life-threatening accident which cut his right arm, including major nerves and arteries. He is now out of the hospital after surgery to stop the bleeding and reconnect veins, arteries and arm tissue. The staples from the surgery will be removed this afternoon. He and Barbara hope to drive home to Texas early next week.

First received Thursday, April 6, 2017
For Jacquie S. in Windsor, Ontario, Canada who is having a follow-up mammogram on April 7.
Update Sunday, April 9, 2017
Jacquie's mammogram showed no sign of cancer.

First received Wednesday, February 23, 2017
For Marcia W. in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma who has extreme pain in her left leg and is using a walker.
Update Thursday, April 6, 2017
Marcia has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Her doctors are not prescribing medication as they are concerned it would interfere with her current medications.

First received Wednesday, February 15, 2017
For Yumiko in Vienna, Austria with Alzheimer's who is having a tooth extraction under general anesthetic on February 16, and for her medical team.
Update Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Yumiko will be having extensive dental surgery on April 5.

First received Tuesday, April 4, 2017
For Patches, a dog in Tuscaloosa, Alabama who is unsteady, confused and breathing heavily.
Update Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Patches made her transition last night. Support also for her human companion.

First received Tuesday, October 11, 2016
For Hannah in Hampshire, United Kingdom who is in the hospital with a fever and severe urinary pain...[October 17] Hannah was in intensive care with sepsis which doctors think originated in the colon. She is now home from hospital and is recovering from exhaustion...[October 26] Hannah is still in great pain. She returns to the hospital tomorrow morning for further tests. After three weeks the doctor is still not sure what the problem is...[November 1] Hannah was in the hospital again last week. Tests and scans show a ruptured ovarian cyst. She is still in a great deal of pain and is not sure the root of the problem has been found...[November 17] Hannah returns to the hospital tomorrow for more scans and a consultation. There is a possibility she may have Crohn's disease... [December 1] Hannah is back in the hospital for the fourth time. A new cyst on her ovary is growing quickly and she still has the infection in the bowel. She is on a morphine drip, so she is a little more comfortable...[December 12] Hannah will have keyhole surgery to remove the cyst on December 13. Support also for discovering the actual cause of this severe condition which is not responding to any treatment...[December 26] Hannah did not have the surgery last week as she was too weak. She was readmitted to the hospital on Saturday with a high temperature. Another scan will be performed December 30. Her family is very concerned...[Januray 17] Hannah will have an MRI of her gastro-intestinal area on January 18 to try to determine the cause of her pain. She is still very unwell, has been off work for four months and is concerned she may lose her job.
Update Friday, March 31, 2017
Hannah has had multiple tests but still no diagnosis. More cysts have been identified, and her family is stressed. She has been trying to get back to work but can only do a few hours at a time. She has a further day of tests on April 4.

First received Thursday, March 30, 2017
For Herb E. in Black Mountain, North Carolina who had a heart attack and may be nearing his transition, and for his family.
Update Friday, March 31, 2016
Herb made his transition peacefully today, surrounded by loving family.

First received Friday, October 14, 2016
For S.J.A. in Missouri Valley, Iowa with congestive heart failure...[November 30] S.J.'s heart condition is under control. In the meantime he has been diagnosed and is being treated with chemotherapy for multiple myeloma. Fortunately he is having only side effects from chemotherapy and no other fatigue.
Update Thursday, March 30, 2016
S.J.A.'s health is declining, yet he remains cheerful despite continuous foot pain.

First received Monday, March 13, 2017
For the A. family in Gundelsheim, Germany with depression due to financial problems.
Update Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The financial problems are not quite solved. However, the family is feeling hopeful and moving along with the situation.

First received Saturday, March 25, 2017
For Beverly A. in Tampa, Florida who has been hospitalized for long-standing health issues.
Update Monday, March 27, 2017
Beverly has been diagnosed with pneumonia with circulatory and breathing problems.

First received Friday, March 3, 2017
For Barbara J. in Longview, Texas who has just been diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, for which there is no known cure, and for her husband and care-giver, Mark J. and their extended family...[March 21] Barbara is meeting with doctors at Baylor University Hospital in Dallas on March 23 to see what help they can provide.
Update Saturday, March 25, 2017
Barbara was told at Baylor that she does not have Pulmonary Fibrosis. More tests to come.



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