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, 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.

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."
Update Friday, May 19, 2017
"Susan also has pain around her lower ribs which in turn affects her stomach. Her vision has improved a little."

First received Thursday, March 9, 2017
For Jill F. in Huntsville, Alabama with a second hip replacement on Tuesday, March 14... [May 1] Jill is having complications from her second hip replacement. She will require another replacement due to a femur fracture. Continued support for Jill, her family and medical team.
Update Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The hip joint was redone and now the wound is infected and not responding to antibiotics. Continued support for Jill, her family and medical team.

First received Friday, May 12, 2017
For Debbie in Concord, California who was hospitalized yesterday with meningitis.
Update Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Debbie is doing much better. She was put on anti-viral medicine after the bacterial test came back negative, and has been released from the hospital.

First received Tuesday, April 18, 2017
For Jay S. in New York, New York who was in a bad motorcycle accident while traveling and has been transferred to a trauma unit in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Update Tuesday, May 16, 2017
"Jay has made remarkable progress since his motorcycle accident. He had a collapsed lung and was in extreme pain, but that was largely due to injuries to his ribs, and he has healed to a remarkable degree. He is now in physical therapy and has already been able to return to work."

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.
Update Sunday, May 14, 2017
Sally made her transition today; support is requested especially for her sister, Teri.

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... [April 16] 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.
Update Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Duler made her transition today. Support is requested for her and her family.

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.
Update Wednesday, May 10, 2017
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.

First received Wednesday, May 3, 2017
For 90-year-old Philip M. in West Haven, Connecticut who fell and fractured his pelvic girdle on April 22; and for his cat, Timothy.
Update Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Philip made his transition on May 8 in hospice. Continued support for him, his wife Jeanne, daughter Gayle, son Blake, and pets Siamese cat Timothy and Fox Terrier Lyra.

First received Wednesday, February 15, 2017
For Mark S. in Waldorf, Maryland with a heart catheterization following a heart attack on Sunday...[February 19] Mark returned home, but is going to emergency room today due to problems with a femoral artery incision...[February 20] Mark is fine and feeling better each day. He will see a cardiologist on February 22 and will then go into cardiac rehabilitation. He is persisting with the insurance company to get the medication prescribed.
Update Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Mark is completing cardiac rehabilitation in June. Continued support for his adjusting to medication for an auto-immune disorder and for a painful neck problem which is not responding to physical therapy.

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.
Update Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Brendon C. is going Mayo Clinic tomorrow for ten days for a second diagnostic appointment and possibly surgery.

First received Sunday, April 30, 2017
For 16-year-old David I. in Austria who is in shock with physical injuries after being attacked at a train station.
Update Sunday, May 7, 2017
David`s injuries to his throat and larynx are not painful anymore and there is no permanent damage. He is back in school.

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.
Update Sunday, May 7, 2017
The inflammation has not gone yet, and there is a short interval before the next tooth has to be removed.

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.
Update Thursday, May 4, 2017
Peter has gone to a hospice where they are trying to manage his diarrhea and increase his weight.

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.
Update Tuesday, May 2, 2017
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.

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.
Update Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Gisela has been released from the hospital but is still under continuous medication for pain management.

First received Monday, April 24, 2017
For Micah J. in San Jose, California who is bedridden with the flu.
Update Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Micah is much improved and was able to return to work today.

First received Monday, April 24, 2017
For Irene N. in Phoenix, Arizona with retinal edema in her right eye, a vein occlusion in her left eye, glaucoma in both eyes and fluctuating blood pressure.
Update Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Irene will have laser eye surgery tomorrow on the vein occlusion in the left eye. Her vision is mottled and the eye pressure is intense.

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 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.



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