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 Wednesday, July 22, 2020
For Jorge in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico who is recovering from spinal surgery....[July 28] During physical therapy, Jorge fell and his surgical site reopened. Since he was bleeding and in much pain, he was taken by ambulance to the hospital where he was sedated. He is now on pain medication...[July 30] Jorge is doing better. The incision is scabbing over. He will be released and taken home by ambulance tomorrow.
Update Friday, August 7, 2020
Yesterday for the first time Jorge was able to stand with the aid of a walker and a physical therapist.

First received Thursday, July 23, 2020
For Y. in St. Petersburg, Florida who is scheduled for in-office surgery on her nose on August 5.
Update Friday, August 7, 2020
"The surgical procedure on the nose went well. The bandage will be changed daily with stitches removed in a week. There has been little to no pain."

First received Wednesday, July 22, 2020
For Mary Elizabeth L. in Tucson, Arizona who is scheduled for surgery today after she fell and broke bones in her left wrist, cracked her left patella, and injured her face.
Update Wednesday, August 5, 2020
The surgery was succesful. Mary Elizabeth is recovering very well in her cast.

First received Tuesday, July 21, 2020
For Chris S. in Iowa City, Iowa who had spinal surgery.
Update Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Chris is mobile, doing well and is cautiously back to work in his home city of Fairfield.

First received Monday, August 3, 2020
For Puddin, an elderly cat in Sewanee, Tennessee who is nearing her transition, and for her humans, Laura and Dan.
Update Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Puddin made a peaceful transition. Support for her brother and sister and for her humans as they adjust. 

First received Monday, June 22, 2020
For Verena B. in Olten, Switzerland with gall bladder and liver problems.
Update Monday, August 3, 2020
Verena is now in the hospital to find out the underlying cause of her liver and gallbladder problems.

First received Monday, June 22, 2020
For Lily S. in Fairhope, Alabama who is scheduled for a colonoscopy and an endoscopy with Dr. I. on July 1...[July 2] The procedures went well. Doctors will evaluate the tissue samples. An abdominal CT scan is scheduled for July 15....[July 28] Lily has improved physically. Continued support is requested for an accurate diagnosis...[July 30] Lily has received a prescription for a two-week round of medication and a follow-up appointment. The doctor still has no clear diagnosis. Lily's insurance does not cover the high cost of the prescription. Her doctor has been able to get her enough samples to cover the initial dosages.
Update Monday, August 3, 2020
Lily is seeing great improvement with the new medicine. A follow-up doctor's appointment is scheduled for August 19.

First received Friday, July 17, 2020
For Jane B. in Windsor, Ontario, Canada with pain and swelling in her left hip, knee and foot.
Update Sunday, August 2, 2020
The pain, inflammation and swelling are now minimal.

First received Sunday, July 26, 2020
For Casey C. in Colorado Springs, Colorado who is in the hospital to determine the cause of severe back pain....[July 27] Although morphine has helped, Casey still has a lot of pain. Doctors are continuing to search for answers.
Update Thursday, July 30, 2020
Casey's pain levels have reduced. He has an appointment on August 17 with a surgeon and pain management specialist in Denver.

First received Friday, June 19, 2020
For Andrew S. in Bristol, Tennessee who is in the hospital with new medication for severe diabetes, and for his mother, Tori.
Update Sunday, July 26, 2020
Andrew has had diabetes since he was a child. He is now 28, uses a walker and a feeding tube, is incontinent and is slowly deteriorating.

First received Sunday, July 5, 2020
For Ann in Orlando, Florida who is receiving chemotherapy treatments every three weeks for pancreatic cancer.
Update Sunday, July 26, 2020
Ann is now receiving immunotherapy as the chemotherapy was not working. The tumor in her liver is larger and the cancer has spread to her lungs. A hiatal hernia is putting pressure on her stomach and making it difficult to eat. Support also for her sister and for her friend Debbie who are caring for her.

First received Sunday, July 5, 2020
For C. in Florida with the process of finding a new job.
Update Sunday, July 26, 2020
C. now has two part-time jobs.

First received Monday, April 20, 2020
For Sabrina R. in Delray Beach, Florida with breast cancer for the second time in twelve years.
Update Friday, July 24, 2020
Cancer has now been found in one lung. This is unrelated to the breast cancer for which she was treated earlier this year.

First received Sunday, July 19, 2020
For L.M.S. in Colorado with severe depression.
Update Friday, July 24, 2020
The depression has lifted. It was a reaction to the current pandemic and one too many related problems.

First received Tuesday, April 7, 2020
For ninety-year-old Marge H. in Highlands Ranch, Colorado who fell and is in the hospital awaiting surgery tomorrow or Thursday on her broken left hip; and for her daughter and grandson...[April 10] "Marge's surgery went very well. She has transferred to the nursing home and rehab center on the campus of her senior living complex. The nursing home has not had any reported cases of coronavirus. Marge has been in pain after the surgery and between her pain medications and the residual side effects of anesthesia she is not very clear yet. Her doctor says she is doing extremely well. She may be in the nursing home for one to two weeks before she can return to her apartment." [April 16] Blood tests showed that Marge was low in hemoglobin. She was transferred back to the hospital this morning (April 16) for a blood transfusion. The doctors may do more tests to see if they can find and correct the cause of her blood loss. After the transfusion she was much more cogent and feeling much less pain from her healing hip. The doctors anticipate that she will return to the nursing home in a couple of days....[April 18] Marge felt so much better after the blood transfusion that she decided to avoid returning to the nursing home and go directly back to her independent living apartment. The doctors did not do any other procedures in the hospital. They think the bleeding was minor and probably due to the combination of blood thinners and aspirin she was taking. They have recommended that she discontinue both medications and see if the bleeding stops. She arrived home this evening with the help of a private nursing service. Marge will have 24-hour private nursing support for the next several days. Because she was in a hospital setting, the authorities at her living complex are putting a quarantine sign on her door until at least May 1. Marge's daughter and grandson were able to augment the effort of the nursing service by providing her with some medical equipment. They are not allowed to visit her. She is happy to be home in familiar surroundings with excellent quality of care. She will still need occupational and physical therapy when arrangements can be made after the weekend...[April 21] Marge's pain from the hip fracture is now minimal.  Her nurses have been a wonderful support. Today she had a teleconference with her doctor and her daughter to discuss medications and further care support. The doctor ordered physical therapy. An intake counselor has already been to Marge's unit to get the PT started. Marge told her doctor that when she woke up today she was actually glad to be alive...[May 15] Marge has been recuperating at home in her own condo with round-the-clock private caregivers who are authorized to come onto her senior living campus while her family is not because of the pandemic. Friends have invited Marge to stay with them a few hours away from Denver for an indefinite number of months. Marge's grandson will drive her there with the help of a caregiver on Saturday, May 16. Support for a smooth trip for Marge and that she be able adapt to her new surroundings and another 1800 feet of altitude. Marge's family will be able to visit her as often as they wish at the friends' house...[May 20] Marge has made the transfer to her friends' home with ease. She is not having any problems with the additional altitude. Her grandson will be visiting her this weekend and her daughter will visit soon after.
Update Friday, July 24, 2020
Marge has returned to her apartment unit after staying with friends for a couple of months. She can stand on her injured left leg. Now her right knee is weak. She will be able to stay in her unit with help from family members, physical and occupational therapists, and caregivers. She is bleeding internally somewhere in her digestive tract which lowers her blood count and can affect her cognition. Continued support for her and her family.

First received Thursday, July 16, 2020
For Debi W.M. in Maricopa, Arizona who is in the hospital with coronavirus-related pneumonia, and for her extended family and friends.
Update Friday, July 24, 2020
Debi is out of the hospital and recovering slowly. She is short of breath most of the time, weak, and unable to talk for long.

First received Tuesday, June 2, 2020
For Katia Nino de R. in Phoenix, Arizona with surgery and continuing treatment for cancer. 
Update Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Katia finished treatment for breast cancer. Doctors have now discovered ovarian cancer.

Received Monday, March 2, 2020
For Frank K. in Hungary who is grieving the recent loss of his mother.
Update Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Frank went into allergic shock during surgery, but is now okay. He is still in ICU. It will be known tomorrow if surgery was successful.

First received Thursday, July 9, 2020
For Steve D. in Wetumpka, Alabama who is sick while having a double lung transplant; and for his wife, Dianne, who is trying to support her husband.
Update Monday, July 20, 2020
The lung infection after his transplant seems to be receding.

First received Thursday, May 21, 2020
For Joseph B. in Toronto, Ontario, Canada who will have surgery for recurring bladder cancer.
Update Monday, July 20, 2020
Joseph is still waiting for a surgery date. He has filled out all of the forms, brought them to the hospital and called the hospital several times. There has been no reply to his calls.

First received Thursday, July 5, 2018
For Brendon C. in Aurora, Colorado with a chronic incurable upper GI disorder who is in pain, depressed and feeling suicidal...[August 30] Brendon has been hospitalized in the ICU in Parker, Colorado with Chronic Vomiting Syndrome. The illness has been ongoing since December 2014 and has now been further complicated by diabetes...[September 16] Brendon is improving. He is now seeing a psychiatrist weekly who is teaching him coping techniques....[May 17] Brendon has gastroparesis which has no known cure. Periodic relief from the chronic vomiting and pain is available in hospitals. He has just been released from a week in a hospital but continues having daily nausea...[August 21, 2019] Brendon will have outpatient surgery on August 23 to install a new battery in his stomach stimulator for his gastroparesis...[November 20] Brendon is hospitalized with diabetic ketoacidosis which can lead to organ failure...[March 23] Brendon is having his teeth extracted and his gums treated today before being fitted for dentures...[April 26] Brendon was admitted to Parker Adventist Hospital in critical condition with a low heart beat. The emergency room doctor wrapped his head in ice and applied a defibrillator to keep him from having brain damage or paralysis. His potassium was very low due to a bacterial infection in his feeding tube. He is expected to be released today or tomorrow.
Update Sunday, July 19, 2020
In the past three months Brendon has had no emergency room visits nor has he needed any medical help. He is returning to healthy living. For six years he lived with a so-called incurable gastrointestinal disease. Now he has a job, feels good and is able to earn a living and help others at the same time.

First received Thursday, July 16, 2020
For Audrey M. in Larkspur, California with dementia and coronavirus who is in the hospital after a seizure, and for her family.
Update Sunday, July 19, 2020
Audrey made her transition Thursday night, July 16. Support also for her family.

First received Monday, July 6, 2020
For Diana K. in Phoenix, Arizona with anxiety, fear and suicidal thoughts, and for her family.
Update Friday, July 17, 2020
Diana recently had a bipolar episode.

First received Wednesday, September 25, 2019
For Frank K. in Hungary who was admitted to the hospital with heart problems...[July 9] Frank's angina pectoris is better. However, now he has severe pain in his left leg.
Update Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Frank had a minor ultrasound intervention today and will have surgery on July 22. Doctors will decide then what is to be done. Support also for his medical team.

First received Wednesday, March 4, 2020
For Bill W. in Santa Barbara, California who was recently diagnosed with pancreatic and lung cancer; and for his wife, Sue, who has a rash all over her body.
Update Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Bill's blood count became so low that he was unable to continue chemotherapy sessions. During the last appointment it was determined that both cancers are in remission. Instead of chemotherapy for the lung cancer, his medical staff is using a new hormone therapy.

First received Sunday, June 21, 2020
For Nandina in Norway with headaches and seizures as well as a stressful family relationship... [July 4] Nandina has multiple sclerosis. In the last few weeks she has had an increasing number of seizures and severe headaches which cause insomnia. Support also for her family.
Update Sunday, July 12, 2020
Nandina is currently stable, with fewer seizures and headaches. Further tests are being made to diagnosis her properly. Continuing support for a diagnosis and for her return to her family.

First received Thursday, April 25, 2019
For Lindsay O. in St. Louis, Missouri with pancreatic cancer and several hours of surgery scheduled on April 29... [July 2] Lindsay is in the hospital and will be moving to hospice soon.
Update Thursday, July 9, 2020
Lindsay, who had end-stage pancreatic cancer, moved to hospice. She made her transition on July 4. Support also for her daughter, Emily, and her many friends in the art community.

First received Tuesday, July 2, 2019
For Miki I. in Vienna, Austria who is having four dental inlays removed on July 3 with the possibility of irritating nerves...[July 7] "The dental procedure went well and so far the nerves seem not to have been affected." [July 20] "I will have intense and invasive dental work in which all teeth are to be drilled for crowns on July 22 (lower jaw) and July 24 (upper jaw). Support also for the dentist and his team."...[July 28] The latest procedures went well. The work will continue on August 1 and August 8. Miki is in constant pain and is therefore on pain medication. Continued support is requested...[August 11] "Everything went well, still inflammation and discomfort, but moderate. It will take several months for the final adjustment, but the worst is over."...[November 13] At the last dental check-up it was determined that the right jaw joint is inflamed. The alignment of both jaws is not correct....[December 16]One tooth has started to move. The movement is connected with the correct jaw alignment, which is still not in position. Continued support is requested...[January 31, 2020] A painful inflammation started a few days ago. Miki has a doctor's appointment scheduled for Monday, February 3... [March 2] The inflammation is gone. Miki had a check-up today and the adjustment is continuing to move in the right direction.
Update Thursday, July 9, 2020
Miki's dental alignment was interrupted due to coronavirus and will be now continued. There have been several problems, including painful inflammation. Ongoing support for the entire process.



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