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 Sunday, April 16, 2017
For Scrabble, a fourteen-year-old dog with a heart condition who has been admitted to emergency care with constant seizures, and for his caregiver, James...[May 2] Scrabble is now on anti-seizure medication. He has been released from the veterinary hospital, but his energy is low, and he needs constant supervision. It has been decided that he will now live full-time with James's parents, who live nearby: James travels a lot and Scrabble has often stayed with the parents.
Update Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Scrabble made his transition this morning. Continued support for James who is grieving.

First received Tuesday, July 14, 2015
For JoAnn H. in Belle River, Ontario, Canada who has bowel cancer and is receiving radiation treatments...[September 12] JoAnn is feeling stronger but needs to heal more before they can continue with radiation...[December 1] JoAnn was unable to receive her treatment. She has a fever and is having a difficult time...[March 31, 2016] Joann's doctor has requested a second opinion regarding treatment for bladder cancer and cervical cancer... [May 18] JoAnn is in pain and is receiving blood transfusions as she awaits surgery for rectal cancer and for a fistula...[September 12] JoAnn is in a lot of pain from the radiation and also has severe diarrhea from Crohn's disease...[December 20] JoAnn continues to have pain from the radiation she received and is healing slowly. She still has Crohn's disease...[December 27] JoAnn is in bed with much pain from diarrhea due to the Crohn's disease and cancer surgery... [January 17, 2017] JoAnn's pain and the diarrhea are worse and she was taken to London Hospital yesterday for special treatment. Support also for her family...[January 24] This morning JoAnn had a heart attack. She is now in the hospital in intensive care...[January 29] The doctors were successful putting in a stent in 56-year-old JoAnn's heart from her leg. She is doing well with her heart. She still has severe pain from radiation on her rectal area after the fistula surgery...[June 14] The cancer has spread to JoAnn's bowel. She is in a lot of pain and has lost 40 pounds, and support for her family...[June 21] JoAnn fell and fractured her hip. She cannot have surgery because of her health. She is swelling, her kidneys are not working, and she is unable to urinate...[June 24] JoAnn went into kidney failure. She is improving gradually, but she is in a lot of pain.
Update Tuesday, August 15, 2017
JoAnn had surgery on August 11 which did not go well. Doctors were able to complete the colostomy procedure. No additional surgeries will be performed. The only thing doctors can do now is keep her comfortable. Support for her family who are having a difficult time.

First received Friday, August 11, 2017
For Floyd S. in Louisville, Kentucky who is nearing his transition.
Update Sunday, August 13, 2017
Floyd made his transition this afternoon. Support also for his family and friends.

First received Wednesday, August 2, 2017
For Phyllis K. in Highland Park, Illinois with symptoms of a possible stroke and depression over family tensions.
Update Friday, August 11, 2017
Phyllis has been admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of stage 4 cancer which has metastasized. The exact type of cancer hasn't been determined yet. Support also for her family and friends.

First received Monday, July 31, 2017
For the B. family of San Diego, California in the process of traveling from around the country for a large reunion.
Update Friday, August 11, 2017
The process of traveling went well for family members and they enjoyed the reunion.

First received Saturday, August 5, 2017
For Betsy T. in Cheyenne, Wyoming with surgery scheduled to put in a pacemaker on August 7.
Update Monday, August 7, 2017
The pacemaker has been delayed until Thursday, August 10 because her sodium level was not adequate for the surgery.

First received Friday, June 2, 2017
For Bob D. in New Hope, Pennsylvania with atrial fibrillation.
Update Monday, August 7, 2017
Bob has a decision to make about ablation.

First received Friday, June 2, 2017
For Virginia D. in New Hope, Pennsylvania with parasites, lyme disease, pneumonia and a head injury.
Update Monday, August 7, 2017
Ginny still has headaches and tinnitus. Continued support for her recovery.

First received Sunday, June 12, 2016
For Milenka B. in Staten Island, New York with various effects from onset of Parkinson's disease... [July 19]"My left hand is steadier, and my mood is excellent. I am focused on my health. Continued support is requested for my bipolar condition and Parkinson's disease." ...[September 25] "I see a definite improvement as you have been directing healing energy for an essential tremor and Parkinson's condition. My left hand sometimes hardly shakes at all and there's no stiffness. I am able to relax my hand and arm."... [November 7] 68-year-old Milenka has had hardly any progression of her Parkinson's disease and essential tremor. Keeping her stress levels low despite working full time is very important...[May 23] Milenka is asking for support for "a totally steady left hand, smooth movements of my left arm and legs, and freedom from tremors. Also for regeneration of brain neurons and nervous system, healing of my gut and digestion, eczema and a perforated left ear drum."
Update Sunday, August 6, 2017
Milenka’s Parkinson’s tremor in the left hand and arm are aggravated.

First received Friday, July 7, 2017
For Bumbles, a dog with bronchial pneumonia in Spring Valley, New York who is in intensive care in an oxygen chamber...[July 30] Bumbles has been diagnosed with large cell carcinoma, a very rare, aggressive canine lung cancer. All that can be medically done has been done. Continued support for Bumbles and his human caretakers, Toni and Nick.
Update Saturday, August 5, 2017
Bumbles has made his transition. Continued support for Toni and Nick.

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... [April 27] 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... [May 10] Marilyn had her sixth infusion on Monday. No new physical problems have developed, though she is very tired after infusions. In three weeks she expects to have the PET scan and evaluations...[June 21] Marilyn had a successful surgery last week. She stayed overnight in the hospital and two more days with her son and his wife. She is now home recovering and slowly releasing fatigue. In general, her health appears to be good. She will see the surgeon tomorrow for a checkup.
Update Friday, August 4, 2017
Marilyn is now in the midst of taking daily radiation treatments. As she completes about a quarter of them, she remains very tired and looks forward to the end of this process.

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...[April 26] 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...[July 3] Joanne has been in extreme pain and was hospitalized today for observation and evaluation. So far it has been determined that she has two compression fractures in the lumbar region. She may go to a nursing home for recovery...[July 4] Doctors discovered that Joanne also had a bladder infection. When she received treatment for that, she felt much better. She was able to come home today and continue healing from the fractures...[July 23] Joanne does not have a urinary tract infection. However three symptoms (decline in mental clarity, difficulty walking and urinary incontinence) have worsened. This leads the latest doctor she is seeing to suspect NPH (normal pressure hydrocephalus). She will have an MRI at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 25 to help confirm this diagnosis.
Update Friday, August 4, 2017
Joanne's MRI scan did not reveal anything abnormal or suspicious. Now after the scan she feels more engaged and perky. Support for her continuing to heal from the fall.

First received Wednesday, June 21, 2017
For Frankie M. in Stone Cross, England with stage 4 cancer which has spread throughout her body.
Update Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Frankie M. made her transition on July 24. The celebration of her life is on August 18.

First received Friday, June 23, 2017
For Susan H. in Great Yarmouth, England in the process of finding a care facility to move into with space for her cat, Pandora...[July 6] "Susan is physically and emotionally depleted. Assignment of a care home place involves various stages. Susan needs this process to be speedy to restore her health and vitality."...[July 17] "Susan is struggling this week. She has been to the hospital for high blood pressure. She has been told she is not eligible for a care home and her long-term caregiver has retired because of her husband's illness."
Update Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Susan is now looking for a new home on the South Coast of England.

First received Thursday, June 8, 2017
For David C. in Dorchester, Massachusetts scheduled for surgery on an enlarged prostate June 19, and for his medical team.
Update Sunday, July 30, 2017
The surgery went smoothly, and David's doctor was happy to report that there was no sign of malignancy. David, a professional organist, continues to heal and improve, including being able to return to limited times practicing.

First received Sunday, July 9, 2017
For Sheba, a cat from Spartanburg, South Carolina who has been diagnosed with fibrosarcoma in his mouth and sinuses; and for his human caretakers, Anne and Keith, who are currently traveling with him on a farewell trip to New York and Ohio.
Update Saturday, July 29, 2017
Sheba has made his transition. Continued support for Anne and Keith who are mourning his loss.

First received Wednesday, June 14, 2017
For Sarah D. in Pingree Grove, Illinois who is scheduled for breast surgery on July 6 following a cancer diagnosis, and for her family.
Update Thursday, July 27, 2017
Sarah's surgery went as planned. Two lymph nodes show residual cancer, but the doctors think radiation will take care of that.

First received Sunday, May 21, 2017
For Sheila H. in Huntsville, Alabama who is having a flare-up of COPD...[May 25] Sheila is in intensive care for heart arrhythmia related to the breathing treatments...[May 30] Doctors discovered cancerous tumors in Sheila's bladder which have been removed. She is now on a ventilator. Support for Sheila to gain strength and wean off the ventilator...[June 9] Sheila will need a tracheotomy to recover from the traumatic intubation from the ventilator. Continued support for her medical team and family...[June 11] Sheila will have the tracheotomy on Monday, June 12 to improve her chances. She is weak from inactivity...[June 16] Sheila made it fine through her tracheotomy today and the feeding tube yesterday. Now she needs to strengthen her lung function so she can get off the ventilator...[June 22] Sheila has moved to a long-term, acute care facility that is designed for people with complicated health issues. They are to restore her to maximum functioning in hopes that she will return home...[July 1] The process of weaning Sheila off the ventilator is going very slowly. She is also having feelings of panic.
Update Sunday, July 23, 2017
Sheila continues to struggle. She does well in one area only to have other difficulties develop. She needs strength to work on getting out of bed and off a ventilator. She has been ill, bed-bound and in critical care since May 22.

First received Tuesday, July 4, 2017
For Damian F., Oana E. and Daniel F. in Timisoara, Romania with health problems and fatigue.
Update Friday, July 21, 2017
They are feeling much better and healing well.

First received Friday, June 30, 2017
For Alex H. in Minneapolis, Minnesota who is in the late stages of Alzheimer's disease and requires heavy sedation to prevent him from biting himself, and for his family.
Update Thursday, July 20, 2017
Alex made his transition Sunday, July 16. Support for his wife, children, siblings and other extended family.

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