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 Tuesday, June 20, 2017
For Nancy H. in Tuscaloosa, Alabama who had a stroke and is now receiving hospice care: comfort and especially ease with breathing; and support for finding a new home for her cat.
Update Sunday, June 25, 2017
"Nancy made her transition. Support also for her daughters, Denise and Laura."

First received Tuesday, June 13, 2017
For Joe N. in Washington Township, New Jersey with infections and a heart issue.
Update Saturday, June 24, 2017
Joe continues to have issues with his kidney and heart.

First received Monday, June 5, 2017
For Jacquie S. of Windsor, Ontario, Canada with the process of doing a presentation in New York City on Thursday.
Update Saturday, June 24, 2017
The presentation in New York went wonderfully.

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.
Update Saturday, June 24, 2017
JoAnn went into kidney failure. She is improving gradually, but she is in a lot of pain.

First received Sunday, June 18, 2017
For C.G. in Miami, Florida with heart surgery scheduled on June 22, and for her doctors and parents.
Update Thursday, June 22, 2017
C.G. had a successful surgery: continuing support for her recovery.

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 for 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."
Update Thursday, June 22, 2017
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.

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.
Update Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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.

First received Wednesday, February 10, 2016
For RuthAnn L. in Belle River, Ontario, Canada who had a stroke three days ago and is responding well to medication...[June 14] RuthAnn is having surgery in her neck on Friday to remove a calcium build up, and she is very nervous.
Update Wednesday, June 21, 2017
RuthAnn's surgery was successful. Her blood pressure has normalized, and she has returned home.

First received Sunday, May 14, 2017
For Laura B. R. in Lawrenceville, New Jersey who will have surgery on her Achilles tendon on May 17, and for her medical team.
Update Tuesday, June 20, 2017
"Laura's recovery from the surgery seems to have gone fairly well, but doctors have just discovered a blood clot in the leg which was operated on. She is now en route to the emergency room."

First received Wednesday, June 14, 2017
For Robin C-S. in Aurora, Illinois who was admitted to the hospital last night with chest pains and a urinary tract infection, and for her partner, Rick P.
Update Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Robin was released from the hospital and is recuperating at home.

First received Thursday, June 8, 2017
For Iain in Northamptonshire, United Kingdom who is scheduled for tests at the hospital on June 9 for a blood clot in his leg.
Update Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Iain now has a blood clot in his lungs and has further hospital tests scheduled today and tomorrow.

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...[April 6] 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.
Update Tuesday, June 20, 2017
"Now I have fallen in the parking lot as I was opening my walker. I was checked out for breaks and there were none. However there is a very large hematoma making it painful to sit. I have been working on strengthing my muscles by walking the halls."

First received Thursday, January 19, 2017
For Kelly C. in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada with symptoms of PTSD, especially as she and her husband Garth travel to visit his ailing grandmother in Manitoba.
Update Monday, June 19, 2017
Kelly is having a very difficult time coping with PTSD in her daily life, and she is now worried about her mom who recently had a pacemaker operation.

First received Monday, August 22, 2016
For 60-year-old Marco F. in Lugano, Switzerland with leukemia, and for his caregivers and cousin, Learco....[September 9] Marco's prognosis is poor. Although he has had blood transfusions, he has declined chemotherapy and now has mental problems. Support also for his family and medical staff...[November 5] Marco has lost a lot of weight and is isolating himself from family. Please continue to support...[January 1, 2017] Continued support for Marco who gets weak and requires blood transfusions every couple of weeks, and for his family.
Update Monday, June 19, 2017
Marco is in the hospital with a very swollen and painful leg.

First received Wednesday, June 7, 2017
For Sandi C. in Centennial, Colorado who had cataract surgery on her right eye today and will have the left eye done on June 20.
Update Friday, June 16, 2017
In a follow-up to the cataract which was removed from the right eye, the doctor found two tears in the retina. The operation to remedy that is scheduled for tomorrow.

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.
Update Wednesday, June 14, 2017
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.

First received Thursday, June 8, 2017
For Gerry S. in Parker, Colorado who is scheduled for cataract surgery on his right eye on June 12.
Update Tuesday, June 13, 2017
The surgery went very well. Gerry's eye is healing quickly. He is already seeing much more clearly. He returns to the optometrist again in another week to check his progress.

First received Wednesday, May 31, 2017
For Zeus, a five-year-old cat in Waldorf, Maryland with diarrhea, upper respiratory infection and a head tilt.
Update Monday, June 12, 2017
Zeus has recovered from his upper respiratory infection and his head tilt is gone. He continues to have diarrhea and may have IBS. His caretakers are trying different food and giving him probiotics, per his vet. Continued support for Zeus and his caretakers.

First received Monday, May 8, 2017
For Kim S. in New York with pain and instability in his left knee.
Update Monday, June 12, 2017
Kim fell on the subway stairs this morning when the injured knee buckled. He pulled muscles in his thigh and calf and sprained his ankle, and feels fortunate that the injuries are relatively minor.

First received Thursday, May 5, 2017
For KeriAnn M. in Windsor, Ontario, Canada who is having knee replacement surgery today.
Update Saturday, June 10, 2017
Recovering from the knee replacement has been challenging. KeriAnn is also having an autoimmune reaction to the trauma.

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...[April 18] 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...[May 1] Peter continues to lose weight. He has bad diarrhea, which is not helping his weight...[May 4] Peter has gone to a hospice where they are trying to manage his diarrhea and increase his weight...[June 5] Peter is no longer conscious and is comfortable. He will be making his transition soon.
Update Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Peter made his transition Tuesday, June 6. Continued support for his family at this time.

First received Thursday, December 25, 2014
For Brendon in Aurora, Colorado who has had a problem in his upper GI tract for several years which was never correctly diagnosed....[January 13, 2015] Brendon has Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome (CVS). Brendon's doctors have prescribed medicines to help control his symptoms. A trigger of these bouts is stress... [March 3] Brendon has had another bout of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome while taking the new medications daily. He will have a CT scan to discover the cause...[March 5] The CT scan showed that the CVS is a symptom of nerve damage in his stomach which prevents food from going into the colon. A stomach pacemaker is what is needed....[May 28, 2016] The hospital accidently unplugged Brendon's insulin pump, and he went into diabetic ketoacidosis. The seizure reported on May 23 was caused by a side effect to his pain medication. Support also for his mother and two brothers... [June 5] Brendon has now been referred to Mayo Clinic...[August 24] If Brendon's symptoms are stable and manageable he will fly to Minnesota on September 26 and be examined by doctors in the Mayo Clinic the next day and days thereafter...[September 28] Brendon is at Mayo Clinic and being tested daily. They feel positive they can help him. He will have to go back in several months for more tests. They want the stomach pacemaker turned off before he comes back. He returns to Denver on Saturday...[October 17] "Brendon has had his stomach pacemaker 'turned off' and is weanimg himself off of his pain medications so he can return to Mayo Clinic in about three weeks for further evaluation and possible surgery." [November 5] "Brendon's body had difficulty with the instructions Mayo Clinic had given Brendon to the point they had to be reversed for an interim. He will meet with an outpatient doctor and counsellor to help wean him off the pain medications. The stomach pacemaker was activated. They spoke with Mayo Clinic and are starting over with a new plan. Brendon will be returning to Mayo Clinic the early part of 2017."...[January 6] Brendon went into intensive care with extremely high blood-sugar levels and elevated potassium. Within twelve hours of being on the Healing/Wholing Network, his numbers were back down to normal and he was moved to a regular room for observation..[January 8] Brendon is working with his G.I. specialist and insurance to get a newer, more reliable insulin pump...[February 4] The insulin pump has been replaced and his care is being managed from home. The doctors are working with the insurance company to approve an external stomach pacemaker which is needed when Brendon returns to Mayo for continued evaluation of his stomach and abdomen with and without the pacemaker. Brandon will eventually need to go through a detox process...[February 18] Brendon's next appointment with Mayo Clinic is April 21...[May 9] Brendon C. is going Mayo Clinic tomorrow for ten days for a second diagnostic appointment and possibly surgery...[May 25] Doctors at the Mayo Clinic didn't find a hernia or bowel obstruction and were not able to diagnose his stomach problems. His symptoms are still severe.
Update Wednesday, June 7, 2017
A Pallative Care Team has been set up for Brendon. They will transition him to a better, non-addictive pain medicine and most of his care will be at home. The quest is to find a solution to stop the vomiting. His family is considering several different approaches and doctors.

First received Sunday, June 4, 2017
For Tom O. in Annapolis, Maryland who had problems with atrial fibrillation yesterday and will have a catheter inserted tomorrow.
Update Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Tom's heart problem has been regulated with a stent and he is doing very well.

First received Tuesday, May 2, 2017
For Jayne in Toronto, Canada who is hospitalized waiting for triple-bypass heart surgery on Wednesday or Thurday of this week.
Update Monday, June 5, 2017
Jayne has been doing well since the surgery.

First received Tuesday, June 3, 2014
For Sheila O. in Conway, Arkansas who is in pain after having a cancerous tumor removed from her back that started in her thyroid then moved to her pelvis and back...[June 10] The surgeons closed off the blood vessels in her back, where the tumor was removed, in hopes that the tumor will not grow back...[June 15] Sheila reports that she is having no more pain...[June 19] The scan went well. The next back surgery will be difficult and include removing a rib...[July 8] The doctor put the surgery on hold and then decided not to do it. Sheila will start chemotherapy tomorrow. She is grateful for the energy support. She has no pain now...[August 11] Sheila finished the chemotherapy and did not lose her hair. She will finish radiation this week and six weeks after that will receive radioactive iodine treatment. She will need to be in isolation for that treatment so she will be checking into a hotel. Sheila is very grateful for the support during this entire time...[October 14] Sheila had the iodine radiation on her thyroid for the cancer which has spread to her pelvis and back. For the first time with all the surgeries, she is not doing well...[October 28] Sheila is down to 102 pounds and vomiting. There are blisters and sores in her mouth and digestive tract from the radioactive iodine. She cannot make herself go outside. ...[November 5, 2014] Sheila is improving. Her mouth and throat are still very tender, but she is able to get some things down...[May 1, 2016] "Sheila's thyroid cancer has returned. She will be drinking iodine for three days, which burns her mouth and throat and causes blisters." [May 31]....Sheila has taken a high dosage of liquid radioactive iodine. She feels worse than she did before...[June 13] Sheila was really ill after the last iodine treatment. Then she suddenly had more energy. She still cannot leave the house...[August 30] Sheila finished the radium treatment on her thyroid and is now having radiation treatments on her side and back...[September 28] Sheila now has pneumonia.
Update Sunday, June 4, 2017
Sheila's doctor told her there is nothing more he can do for her. She is seeking a second opinion regarding the cancer.

First received Thursday, May 11, 2017
For Sally T. in San Diego, California who had a massive stroke and is on a ventilator, and for her family, especially her sister and her father who is in hospice care...[May 14] Sally made her transition today; support is requested especially for her sister, Teri.
Update Saturday, June 3, 2017
Teri's father made his transition peacefully in hospice. His celebration of life will be held next week. Support for the family as they cope with this second death within the month.

First received Friday, March 31, 2017
For Julie H. in California who is pregnant with twins and has severe anxiety...[May 24] Julie is in Texas. The twins are due in the timing of June 13. She is currently undergoing tests for possible complications, including high blood pressure...[June 1] Julie has been diagnosed with preeclampsia and a cesarean is imminent.
Update Saturday, June 3, 2017
Julie's twin sons have been safely delivered.

First received Monday, April 17, 2017
For Susan H. in Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom with breathing difficulties whose vision was affected by medication... [May 10] Susan is still struggling with blurred vision... [May 18] "Susan is very unwell. Her digestion is affected by the medication and diet she has been given. She requests further support for restoring balance and well-being."...[May 19] Susan also has pain around her lower ribs which in turn affects her stomach. Her vision has improved a little.
Update Monday, May 29, 2017
Susan still has digestive problems which are aggravated by certain foods. She is looking for a gentle medication to calm and soothe the cramps.

First received Wednesday, April 5, 2017
For Roland P. in Huntsville, Alabama who is in intensive care for widespread infection following surgery.
Update Sunday, May 28, 2017
"The infection is sepsis. Roland will need to have both hands and feet amputated. His first foot amputation will be on May 30. His mother, Nancy, has been by his side for the past two months. Both of them are blind. Support also for his family and medical team."

First received Tuesday, April 19, 2016
For Michelle H. in Louisville, Kentucky who was in a serious motorcycle accident, has head and arm trauma and is on a ventilator...[May 10] Michelle has had many complications, including cardiac arrest.
Update Thursday, May 25, 2017
Michelle is nearing her transition. Support also for her family.

First received Tuesday, April 25, 2017
For Gisela S. in Berlin, Germany who is in the hospital after a fall yesterday, and for her husband, Lyn...[May 2] Gisela has been released from the hospital but is still under continuous medication for pain management.
Update Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Gisela had to be readmitted to the hospital for surgery on her foot. The wound is not healing well.

First received Thursday, April 20, 2017
For Miki I. in Austria recovering from dental surgery and inflammation so that other teeth do not have to be removed... [April 20] The inflammation has not gone yet, and there is a short interval before the next tooth has to be removed.
Update Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Miki had a check-up and treatment for her gums, which are still inflamed, but her teeth are alright and no tooth needs to be removed.

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.
Update Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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."

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... 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...[April 19] Elisabeth has been released from the hospital... [May 2] Elisabeth is doing much better and is now at her daughter's home in Santiago. She has problems with her eyes and still has weak legs. Support to return to her home in Florida because winter is starting soon in Chile.
Update Monday, May 22, 2017
"My eyes and legs have improved wonderfully. The liver is a bit inflamed. Support for a complete recovery from this disease."

First received Thursday, July 14, 2016
For Tori A. in Fredericksburg, Maryland who lost part of her left arm.
Update Saturday, May 20, 2017
Tori got help from a legal aid organization and will now get a prosthesis for her arm and work training, as well as disability payments.



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