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, August 13, 2017
For Carlos C. in Tampa, Florida who is recovering from kidney stone surgery while working full-time.
Update Sunday, September 17, 2017
For: Carlos has been ill for over a month without medical advice. He now has appointments scheduled for September 18 and 29.

First received Friday, September 8, 2017
For 13-year-old BobCat, a cat in Bloomingdale, New Jersey with a severe tooth infection as well as extreme weight loss, and for her human caregivers, Kit and Andrew.
Update Sunday, September 17, 2017
BobCat has made her transition. Please continue to support Kit and Andrew, who are grieving.

First received Sunday, September 3, 2017
For Elaine S. of Rydal, Pennsylvania who has become increasingly frail and fell several times while on vacation this weekend.
Update Saturday, September 16, 2017
Elaine's doctor told her she may no longer drive and can't live alone. She has already put a deposit down for an apartment in a nice independent-living facility and is excited to be moving there in the next months.

First received Monday, September 11, 2017
For 93-year-old Adam H. in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania who is scheduled to have a mass removed from his urethra on September 13 with the possibility they may have to remove a kidney, and for his wife.
Update Saturday, September 16, 2017
Adam came through surgery well and did not need to have a kidney removed. The family is now waiting for the pathology results.

First received Monday, September 11, 2017
For all the people in Florida who are without electricity.
Update Saturday, September 16, 2017
Some of the western Florida counties have almost all the power restored. Power company workers from as far away as Canada continue to help restore electricity, working very long days. The Florida Keys, which were impacted the most, are only now being accessed.

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....[April 24] "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."
Update Monday, September 11, 2017
Daniel is now in Berlin, Germany. He will have another surgery on Tuesday, September 12 to remove the pins in his finger and scarring from an infection which had lodged under the skin after the initial repair surgery in New York. Continued support is requested for him and for his medical team, and for his physical therapist as he works to regain full functionality. Daniel also has a consult soon with a doctor of functional medicine who will work with him to help balance an ongoing thyroid issue.

First received Thursday, August 3, 2017
For Taylor F. in Grayslake, Illinois with health concerns related to the last month of her first pregnancy.
Update Sunday, September 10, 2017
Taylor gave birth to baby Maura September 7. Mother and baby are home and doing very well.

First received Saturday, August 19, 2017
For Beata R. in Vienna, Austria who is in intensive care with both pneumonia and an autoimmune disease.
Update Friday, September 9, 2017
Beata is doing a lot better and she is still in intensive care.

First received Wednesday, August 2, 2017
For Phyllis K. in Highland Park, Illinois with symptoms of a possible stroke and depression over family tensions...[August 11] 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....[August 22] Phyllis remains in the hospital. After two biopsies from different places in her body, her doctors are still not able to identify the type of cancer. Her lungs are full of what the doctors think are cancer cells. She has trouble speaking and breathing. She is receiving medication for what they think is a bleeding ulcer and mild pain medication for her arthritic left hip. Continued support for her family and friends....[September 6] After another biopsy failed to identify the type of cancer, Phyllis declined more biopsies and any chemotherapy. She has been moved to the hospice section of a nursing rehab facility. She is receiving pain medication to ease discomfort and the anxiety caused by the struggle to breath. She is nearing her transition. Continued support for her family and friends.
Update Thursday, September 7, 2017
Phyllis made her transition this evening.

First received Tuesday, August 22, 2017
For sixteen-month-old Keaton H. in Denver, Colorado with a fever and low white blood-cell count, and for her parents, Kristin and Ian.
Update Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Keaton's white blood cell count came up after a treatment to boost her neutrophil production. She was released from the hospital after a few days. Her parents are keeping her home from day care until they are sure she is stable. The doctors say she should grow out of this condition within one to four years. Continued support for her parents.

First received Wednesday, August 16, 2017
For Dan in Switzerland, confidence and patience while waiting for a kidney transplant donor.
Update Monday, September 4, 2017
Tomorrow Dan will undergo surgery to receive a kidney from his brother. Support for him and his family.

First received Wednesday, August 16, 2017
For Thomas P. in San Diego who has started chemotherapy treatments and is scheduled to continue them until mid-September.
Update Monday, September 4, 2017
"Although it has been three weeks since chemotherapy treatments have ended, the effects are still very strong. Thomas has headaches, his hair has fallen out and he still has fatigue. Every day this gets somewhat better. His nausea is gone. His bowels are working again. And, he is able to have longer conversations once again."

First received Tuesday, August 22, 2017
For Alan R. in Swansea, United Kingdom after a chainsaw accident which required surgery on his left leg and who now has a high temperature; and for his partner, Mary, who is caring for the children and business...[August 23] Alan had a good sleep and his temperature returned to normal...[August 24] Alan had the next round of surgery at 2:00 today. The most immediate concern is the risk of infection and ensuring that all diseased muscle tissue is removed... [August 25] "The surgery went well, but he had a rough night. Doctors have closed the wound and all are hoping the skin graft will heal properly."
Update Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Alan is leaving the hospital today for a two hour journey home. Doctors say he is facing a one-year to eighteen-month recovery period, with three months before he can walk. Continued support for his partner Mary as well.

First received Thursday, August 17, 2017
For Leroy K. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa who fractured the radial head of his right elbow today.
Update Friday, August 25, 2017
Leroy's injury turned out to be a slight compression fracture. His doctor is advising him to continue playing his cello while not overusing the elbow.

First received Thursday, August 17, 2017
For Theron M. of Cedar Rapids, Iowa who had open heart surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota yesterday to replace a heart valve: after surgery, the new valve started leaking, requiring surgical repair.
Update Friday, August 25, 2017
Theron was about to be released from the hospital when he had a major setback. After regaining strength and a proper blood profile, he will need a pacemaker installed.

First received Sunday, July 30, 2017
For Angie, a twelve-year-old cat in Bonney Lake, Washington who is scheduled for surgery on August 4.
Update Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Angie's surgery went smoothly, with a tooth extraction. The vet generously allowed a three-hour visit from her caretaker for TRT® Hands-on while Angie was coming out the anesthesia, and then she was kept in the kennel overnight. She is now back to eating hard food and healing well.

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...[July 23] 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.
Update Saturday, August 19, 2017
Sheila made a peaceful transition on August 1.

First received Sunday, June 18, 2017
For Angelina C. in Garberville, California who has just begun a series of chemotherapy treatments for ovarian cancer, and for her family.
Update Thursday, August 17, 2017
Angie has made her transition. Support for her family, especially her children, Dante and Elena, and her godmother, Bunny.

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...[April 13] 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...[June 14] His cut right arm is healing, but he has considerable nerve damage and the pain is hard for him to manage. Support also for Mark and his wife, Barbara, as they make a work-required move from Texas to Lake Worth, Florida, in the next week.
Update Thursday, August 17, 2017
Mark's right arm continues to heal, although he still has much pain in both arm and hand. Support for more functionality in the hand as the nerves untangle while collagen is being added to guide new nerves in proper pathways to the arm.

First received Sunday, July 30, 2017
For the mother of Barbara L. in Bennington, Vermont who is in hospice care and is nearing her transition.
Update Thursday, August 17, 2017
Barbara's mother has made her transition.

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 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.

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