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, March 19, 2023
For R. Ron M. in Schererville, Indiana who is in intensive care.
Update Saturday, March 25, 2023
Ron is home now from the hospital. He is taking antibiotics for the virulent bacteria CDIF.

First received Sunday, October 16, 2022
For Alice W. in Fairhope, Alabama with physical and mental illness who lives in her car...[October 23] Alice has been put on a housing waiting list and currently is hoping to get into a good housing situation before the end of November. She has been in a motel for the last week which has given her some rest and stability. Tuesday she will resume living in her car. Her puppy Maizie is now up for adoption with a local shelter and under the care of a temporary foster mom. She is glad that the puppy is going to find a better living situation...[November 2] Alice finds her living situation to have few options for improvement. Her mental and physical health is very stressed... [December 13] Alice’s physical health has improved. She continues to live in her car which is having tire and engine issues. Her caseworker told her housing may not be available for her until February...[December 19] A donation was made to provide a motel room for Alice for the next week. Temperatures are expected to be very cold...[January 12] Alice has found agency-sponsored, affordable housing in Mobile, Alabama. She will move in on January 17. Continued support is needed for physical and emotional concerns around her daily life...[February 22] The apartment that Alice moved into last month has mold that is making her ill. She is working with her caseworker to get moved into a healthier apartment. Also, Alice will have a total knee replacement surgery on March 3... [March 2] Alice is living in her car again due to the mold in her apartment. Her caseworker is hoping to get her into a better apartment next week. Her knee surgery has been moved to April 10.
Update Thursday, March 23, 2023
Alice moved into her new apartment on Monday. She is greatly relieved and enjoying this change in her life. She can now focus on resting and finding stability as she prepares for her knee replacement surgery on April 10.

First received Tuesday, March 14, 2023
For John M. in Columbia, Missouri who is in the ICU with complications after colostomy surgery.
Update Wednesday, March 22, 2023
John made his transition on March 18. Support for John and his family and friends.

First received Friday, September 9, 2016
For 8-month-old Ryder B. in Belle River, Canada who has had severe eczema since birth and now has developed life-threatening allergies to rice and dairy products: he will be hospitalized on September 13 for food allergy testing...[October 6] In addition to allergies, Ryder has developed an aversion to eating and refuses to put any food in his mouth. He is very unsettled and sleeps poorly which is stressful for his parents...[January 4, 2017] Ryder's anaphylactic reactions and aversion to eating continue to increase. The stress has caused both parents to develop health problems...[March 4] Ryder was taken to the hospital by ambulance with an anaphylactic reaction and is currently receiving IV fluids...[May 28, 2019] Ryder continues to have major issues with FPIES (Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome) and anaphylatic allergies...[September 11] Ryder has been hospitalized for food allergies and is not responding well to the treatment. He has also been diagnosed with a form of autism...[November 25] Ryder continues to have anaphylactic allergies and severe eczema. New foods have to be introduced in a hospital with a medical team ready to assist in an emergency. He has not been sleeping well and his parents don't know how to help him...[April 28, 2021] Ryder, who is now four years old, is having an endoscopy procedure tomorrow to assess damage to his esophagus and stomach. This will help determine if he has eosinophilic esophagitis (EOE)...[May 11] Ryder's endoscopy shows erosion in his esophagus. He will begin a cortisone regimen...[January 31, 2022] Ryder’s doctors have decided he needs a coronavirus vaccine. He will be vaccinated in a medical setting...[March 4] Ryder is having another endoscopy to assess his esophagus erosion (EOE) and determine if he is to continue with steroids.
Update Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Ryder is seven years old now and has suddenly developed severe diarrhea causing dehydration and weight loss. His doctor does not know if he has colitis or if his esophageal EOE has spread throughout his bowels.

First received Tuesday, February 28, 2023
For Lucienne in Mainz, Germany who is in the process of moving to another city.
Update Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Lucienne is looking for a housing subsidy and for emotional support around this move.

First received Tuesday, February 28, 2023
For Adriana R. in Scottsdale, Arizona who fell and may have a fractured hip...[March 2] A fracture of her right femur was surgically mended today. Support also for her recovery process.
Update Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Adriana fell at rehab and now broke her wrist. She has dementia and did not understand she could not walk on her broken leg yet; support for husband Fred who is arranging for home care.

First received Monday, February 20, 2023
For elderly Bob O. in Cambridge, New York who broke his neck after falling when he had a stroke; and for his medical team and his brother, John.
Update Sunday, March 19, 2023
Bob made his transition. Continued support also for his brother John and his surviving family.

First received Wednesday, January 25, 2023
For Lauri S. in Oakland, California who is scheduled for a combined endoscopy and colonoscopy on February 15 to look for possible internal bleeding....[February 18] Lauri's doctor ruled out cancer and found both mild gastritis and severe colitis. The doctor is almost certain the colitis is causing significant blood loss and therefore low iron. Lauri has a few more tests, including whether her liver and kidneys are healthy enough for the treatment the doctor is thinking of. They meet again on Wednesday to discuss a treatment plan.
Update Saturday, March 18, 2023
After being on Flagyl for a week, Lauri's symptoms are only a little better and the iron levels are not increasing as expected. Now she has an appointment with a hematologist on April 21. She will have another blood test at the beginning of April, and if her iron levels have dropped below a certain point, she will need an iron infusion. In the meantime, Lauri continues to walk at least 12,000 steps a day with her guide dog.

First received Wednesday, February 15, 2023
For cat sisters Gemma Raya Gee and Ginny Baba Jo in St. Petersburg, Florida as they begin life in a new home after having lived with a veteran with PTSD who is returning to active military duty.
Update Saturday, March 18, 2023
The two cats are adjusting to their environment and bonding with their caregiver and each other.

First received Monday, January 9, 2023
For Monika in Trimbach, Switzerland with medical tests tomorrow...[January 28] The tests revealed aggressive cancer. Chemotherapy will start next Tuesday. Support for Monika, the medical staff and for her husband Peter...[February 16] Monika will have a second chemotherapy next Tuesday.
Update Sunday, March 12, 2023
Monika will have a third chemotherapy treatment next Tuesday.

First received Wednesday, March 1, 2023
For a baby boy in London, England who was born preterm, and for his mother who is weak after bleeding related to placenta previa.
Update Monday, March 6, 2023
Cayo C.-Z. was born today and is doing very well. The temperature of the incubator is being gradually reduced. Support also for his parents.

First received Sunday, February 26, 2023
For Bethany in Louisville, Kentucky who is in the hospital after having gseveral seizures yesterday evening...[March 1] Bethany has been moved from ICU to a standard room. She is talking and eating after being intubated for three days. All medical tests are normal. Doctors think the seizures were due to an autoimmune disease. She is on a steroid to reduce inflammation.
Update Saturday, March 4, 2023
Bethany is leaving the hospital today. She was diagnosed with autoimmune encephalitis and Hashimoto’s disease. Overall Bethany is doing well and won't need rehab. She will not be able to drive for the foreseeable future.

First received Wednesday, January 11, 2023
For Pam M. in Urbandale, Iowa who will have surgery on January 20, and for her family...[January 14] Pam's surgery has been changed to February 9.
Update Saturday, March 4, 2023
Pam had surgery on her spine and will be wearing a brace for several months. She has osteoporosis.

First received Monday, August 15, 2022
For E.H. and his sisters in Germany as they sell their parents' house.
Update Saturday, March 4, 2023
E. and his sisters are still trying to find someone to buy the house.

First received Thursday, February 2, 2023
For David L. in Montclair, California with dementia and kidney failure who can't walk any more and is hospitalized with a fever.
Update Friday, March 3, 2023
David made his transition today. Continued support for his family, especially his brother Patrick.

First received Monday, January 30, 2023
For Camilla D. in Tucson, Arizona who is scheduled for a biopsy of a lump in her right breast on February 14.
Update Friday, March 3, 2023
Camilla has stage 1 cancer. She is having an MRI on March 9 to determine if the cancer has spread.

First received Monday, November 22, 2021
For Cody P. in Birmingham, Alabama who has been diagnosed with a very aggressive type of leukemia and is beginning chemotherapy...[March 10, 2022] Cody is having severe side effects from his chemotherapy treatments...[April 12] The treatments that Cody received have been unsuccessful. His cancer is still very aggressive. He and his doctors are exploring different treatment options.
Update Friday, March 3, 2023
After receiving treatment for months, Cody is now in complete remission.

First received Monday, February 20, 2023
For Devere C. in St. George, Utah who has been hospitalized for twenty days with pneumonia in his right lung and is depressed...[February 24] Devere was intubated to clear the right lung of fluid, x-rayed to find the source of infection and then a new feeding tube was inserted. The pneumonia cleared up. Support also for wife, Ann, and family...[February 28] Devere is in end-of-life palliative care and being taken off life support. His wife and sons are with him.
Update Friday, March 3, 2023
Devere made his transition with family by his side. He was alert and conscious most of the time.

First received Saturday, February 25, 2023
For Gail R. in Coralville, Iowa who will have an angiogram on March 2.
Update Thursday, March 2, 2023
Gail’s angiogram showed no blockages. She is relieved.

First received Monday, February 20, 2023
For Lindsey W. in Wellington, Colorado with gestational hypertension, and for her family.
Update Tuesday, February 28, 2023
"Lindsey still has occasional high blood pressure, but does not have preeclampsia. She is at week 35 and is trying to make it to week 37 or 38 before being induced. She would prefer a natural birth with minimal intervention."

First received Saturday, February 25, 2023
For Sheryl C. in Barrington, Rhode Island who will have laser surgery to repair cloudy vision from an old cataract surgery.
Update Monday, February 27, 2023
Sheryl's surgery has been scheduled for March 7.

First received Sunday, October 2, 2022
For Judy G. in Pennsylvania who is being treated for liver cancer...[January 30] Judy's cancer in her liver has been reduced and the liver has regenerated. However, her body is retaining fluids in her midsection and no treatment has helped so far.
Update Saturday, February 25, 2023
"Judy will regularly have the abdominal fluids drained. She likes her Florida medical team and is choosing to remain in Florida, which she calls her Happy Place, as long as she can."

First received Friday, December 23, 2022
For Frank C. in Glendale, Arizona who had surgery for a benign tumor and has been unconscious for several days after hitting his head; and for his wife, Joann...[January 3] Frank will be removed from life support soon. He has not made progress after his brain surgery and a post-surgery fall...[February 9] Frank had another surgery to remove a blood clot near the brain. He has been nonresponsive since then...[February 19] Frank has entered hospice care. He remains nonresponsive.
Update Friday, February 24, 2023
Frank has made his transition; support also for his wife and family.

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