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 Friday, November 10, 2017
For Elisabeth D. G. in Gelnhausen, Germany who has a malignant tumor in her bowel which will be treated with chemotherapy and radiation, and for her husband with Parkinson's disease...[November 20] "I have a lot of pain around my lower back, especially at night, and I have a cold with severe coughing. Necessary investigations are taking a lot of time and I hope the therapies will come soon enough to be effective. My emotional and mental planes are more stable than at the time of the diagnosis, and, sometimes there is a lot of fear."...[November 29] "The cold with coughing vanished quickly and was not followed by the usual sinusitis. The occasional extreme pain in the lower back is probably due to the tumor squeezing a nerve. Tomorrow I will enter the hospital for a two-day investigation. I have a lot to organize around my husband, house and health. Mostly I am calm, trusting and able to avoid fear and dark thoughts." ... [December 10] "My therapy starts tomorrow with one week in the hospital for chemotherapy and radiation, followed by four weeks of radiation and then another week in the hospital for more chemotherapy and radiation. I am grateful, that the tumor had not spread yet. The pain in my back is better. My children help a lot, but I have to find good long term solutions concerning my husband Michael's care. I feel that I need much more time for caring for myself. There is a lot of sadness around this theme...The new situation is difficult for Michael, he is very weak, tired and in the evening often disoriented and sometimes confused."...[January 6] “After 4 weeks of treatments I have side effects like nausea, stomach cramps, painful feelings in my hands, feet and jaw and sometimes irritation in my heartbeat and circulation. It is sometimes very unpleasant, but not dramatic. Next week there will be a new round of chemotherapy and radiation in the hospital. Finding new ways and solutions for Michael's care is a long and challenging process. It seems that a lot of old patterns - resistance, fear and attachments - must be transformed, and more helpful arrangements have to be found. I have a lot of inside and outside work to do. But I am grateful that it is possible to be so active, even though the treatments are really straining. Through all the challenges and obstacles, I simultaneously feel a great power and the certainty that I am supported and uplifted in a very profound way.”
Update Thursday, January 18, 2018
"My blood profile is poor. I have to go to the hospital again and perhaps be isolated because of the danger of infections and pneumonia. Treatments to the blood cells have possibly had strong side effects. Also we must find new solutions around Michael's care. My courage and persistence is diminished."

First received Sunday, December 24, 2017
For Biliana L. in Kendall, Florida who fell from a ladder during vacation and will have surgery... [December 26] Biliana's surgery lasted seven hours and went well. Her daughter arrived from Germany. Support is requested during the recovery process and Biliana's return to Germany...[January 4] Biliana is much better, with both hands in a cast. She will be taken to Germany on January 7 with a medical doctor and a nurse from Germany. The flight is non-stop to Frankfurt, and from there to Köln she'll be in an ambulance. She will be in Köln in a hospital and from there go to Rehab...[January 10] Biliana had to fly from Miami to Frankfurt on a stretcher without a mattress. The ambulance ride to Köln was more comfortable. She now knows that both wrists need surgery, which she refused to have in Kendall.
Update Wednesday, January 17, 2018
The wrist surgery went well, and her back is also healing well. Biliana might leave the hospital this Friday.

First received Thursday, December 28, 2017
For Walt C. in Montana who is having minimally invasive heart surgery to correct a rapid heart rate...[December 29] The catheter could not be successfully threaded due to calcium deposits in the groin area. Another procedure will be necessary and recovery will be much longer. Support also for his wife.
Update Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Walt will have a second surgery on his right foot on Friday. There is concern about blood clots.

First received Monday, January 8, 2018
For Tootsie, a thirteen-year-old dog in Tarpon Springs, Florida who will have surgery this Thursday.
Update Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Tootsie made it through the triple surgery. She is recovering; however, she cries a lot and is very stressed even with medication for her anxiety. Continued support for her healing process.

First received Thursday, January 11, 2018
For Alida A. in Montecito, California who has high blood pressure and panic attacks and is unable to leave her home due to the mudslides following the Thomas fire.
Update Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Alida had to evacuate her home and does not know whether she will return. A friend let her move into his condo which is away from the danger and debris so that she and her kitty, Titus, can feel safe.

First received Wednesday, January 10, 2018
For U.L. in Berlin, Germany who has lost a lot of weight and has inflamed vertebral nerves and an inflamed gall bladder.
Update Monday, January 15, 2018
"With the TRT® support I am feeling a new trust in the process of this illness. I am more aware of myself and more centered and can already eat small amounts."

First received Saturday, January 6, 2018
For Morgan G. K. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and all those involved in a legal dispute regarding the use of Power of Attorney in a trial beginning Monday, January 8 which is expected to last until Friday.
Update Sunday, January 14, 2018
The trial and entire situation went extremely well. The parties charged were found guilty on all counts, while the others involved have come together and reunited after a period of division around this dispute.

First received Wednesday, December 20, 2017
For Peggie T. in Huntsville, Alabama with invasive breast cancer, and for her family and medical team....[January 3] Peggie’s procedure to remove the lump in her breast (which is an aggressive cancer) is January 9.
Update Saturday, January 13, 2018
"Peggie came through the procedure to remove the lump in her breast very well. She is due to start radiation treatments in February. She is looking for an oncologist who will work with her on a plan of care rather than dictate one that she may not fully agree with. Continued support for Peggie and her medical team."

First received Thursday, September 21, 2017
For Karl F. in Santa Barbara, California who is homelesss and an alcoholic.
Update Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Karl checked himself into rehab for his alcoholism and after that will move to another state to live with his brother to support his recovery.

First received Sunday, November 19, 2017
For Kristin M. in Iowa City, Iowa whose unborn baby is showing a spot on one lung in the twenty-week checkup...[November 21] Kristin's baby has CPAM, a cyst on the lung. The size is not yet large enough to be of concern. To track any change, mom and baby will be monitored by ultrasound every two weeks. Continued support for Kristin, her baby and her husband, Patrick...[December 8] Kristin had an ultrasound this week. Both Kristin's and the baby's conditions are holding steady... [December 22] Kristin's biweekly ultrasound shows no change in the conditions of mother and baby.
Update Friday, January 5, 2018
The biweekly ultra sound scan on Wednesday shows that the CPAM (cyst) has not grown and may actually have gotten smaller.

First received Wednesday, December 20, 2017
For Meredith K. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with two very sore displaced ribs.
Update Thursday, January 4, 2018
Meredith's acupuncturist has determined that Meredith has torn cartilage and bone bruises and should be fully recovered within six weeks.

First received Thursday, November 16, 2017
For Carolyn L. in New York, New York who is hospitalized with pneumonia and a blood clot in her lungs and who had an episode of septic shock on Tuesday... [December 3] Carolyn has developed mediastinitis, and remains in critical condition. Her doctors have indicated that she may be hospitalized for several months. Continued support for her and her medical team, husband and children.
Update Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Carolyn has made her transition. Continued support is requested for her children and her husband in this process.

First received Saturday, December 30, 2017
For Laura S. in Parker, Colorado with a strained right knee which has forced her to use a walker again instead of a cane.
Update Wednesday, January 3, 2018
“My knee pain has cleared up and I am walking easily with a cane again.”

First received Wednesday, December 20, 2017
For Gypsy, a cat in Wellington, Colorado with a bacterial infection who is lethargic and eating little...[December 22] Gypsy has a rare bacterial infection. She is eating and drinking, but still lethargic.
Update Monday, January 1, 2018
Gypsy made her transition this morning. Support also for her human family and friends who are grieving.

First received Saturday, November 4, 2017
For Jane B. in Windsor, Canada with intense pain in the bones of her left foot.
Update Saturday, December 30, 2017
"My swelling is gone and I am mending well."

First received Wednesday, December 13, 2017
For Elaine S. in Pennsylvania who is moving into an independent living facility next Wednesday after 54 years in the same house.
Update Wednesday, December 27, 2017
"Elaine's move went well, although she has been retrieving many things she forgot throughout the week. She is still at the beginning of the adjustment to living somewhere different."

First received Monday, November 13, 2017
For Rich R. in St. Petersburg, Florida as he recovers from surgery for a torn retina in his left eye...[December 8] Rich now has a detached retina in his left eye and is scheduled for another eye surgery on December 11. Support also for his recovery process which will take several weeks and requires spending much of his time looking down.
Update Thursday, December 21, 2017
After having two surgeries so close together in time, the trauma to his eye has caused a thick cataract to form. The eye will need to completely heal before the cataract can be removed, possibly in February. Rich must continue to limit his activities. A lack of exercise is making his diabetes more difficult to control.

First received Saturday, October 14, 2017
For Angela P. in Brighton, United Kingdom who has severe pain in her left shoulder and arm...[October 23] Angela is still having problems with her shoulder. She now has carpal tunnel syndrome in her arm and hand...[November 14] The shoulder is now much improved, but Angela still has numbness in the fingers of her left hand, particularly the index finger.
Update Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Angela's shoulder is much improved but she still has a trapped nerve in her shoulder causing continuing numbness in the fingers of her left hand, especially the index finger.

First received Sunday, November 12, 2017
For Mila T. in Vienna, Austria who is in a very difficult job situation.
Update Monday, December 18, 2017
The situation is still extremely stressful and difficult.

First received Sunday, November 12, 2017
For Beata R. in Vienna, Austria with an autoimmune disease, and for her children.
Update Sunday, December 17, 2017
After being hospitalized for almost six months, Beata is now in a rehabilitation center to regain her strength.

First received Wednesday, November 1, 2017
For Carl B. in Port Colborne, Canada with an infected ulcer on his foot, which is delaying by-pass surgery... [November 10] Carl had a heart attack after the foot surgery. Tests showed he had 90% blockage in his heart so he had triple bypass surgery yesterday. It was successful and they are keeping him sedated for a couple of days...[November 18] After the triple bypass surgery they found a blood clot which they removed and put in a defibrillator to monitor his heart. They are waiting for the orthopedic doctor to begin constructive surgery on his heel. He has not stood up at all since the first surgery on October 17.
Update Saturday, December 16, 2017
Continued support for Carl. He has been moved to a care facility where he can receive therapy. He is still not able to stand and put pressure on his foot. He is doing well following all the surgeries, but healing is slow due to the diabetes. He will not be able to come home for Christmas.

First received Sunday, October 22, 2017
For Karina B. in Flagstaff, Arizona who is receiving experimental treatment for a fungal infection in both lungs, and for her medical team.
Update Saturday, December 16, 2017
Karina was on an extremely strong intravenous antibiotic for a month. Now there is a new mass in her other lung. The fungal infection is worsening.

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