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 Saturday, February 16, 2019
For Liza K. in Los Angeles, California who is in the final stages of her transition, and for her siblings.
Update Monday, February 18, 2019
Liza made her transition on February 16 at about 1:40 pm.

First received Wednesday, February 13, 2019
For Isabella R. in Switzerland who has been diagnosed with advanced cancer of the ovaries and will have surgery on February 15 followed by chemotherapy and radiation.
Update Friday, February 15, 2019
The surgery originally scheduled for February 15 has been rescheduled for February 22.

First received Thursday, November 7, 2018
For A. S. in Germany who has been hospitalized with severe back pain and weight loss...[November 24] A.S. is back at home. She has cancer which is affecting her spine and vertebrae. Five years ago she had breast cancer and the cancer has returned in different locations with metastatic growth....[December 23] A. S. has severe pain and is now receiving chemotherapy treatments. [January 31] A.S. has several more weeks to go of chemotherapy. She is still in a great deal of pain. Today she could not move one of her feet. Support also for her husband who is her caregiver.
Update Friday, February 15, 2019
A.S. is now in a hospital with bowel difficulties.

First received Friday, January 4, 2019
For Kev in Frankfurt, Germany who is looking for an affordable place where he can have visitation rights with his three young children who live with his estranged wife.
Update Thursday, February 14, 2018
Kev found a flat and will move in on March 1. Now he has place for joint physical care of his children ("shared physical placement of children by separated parents").

First received Sunday, July 8, 2018
For Becky C. in Gwinnett County, Georgia with colon cancer.
Update Monday, February 11, 2018
Becky is having another round of chemotherapy.

First received Tuesday, January 8, 2019
For Kim S. in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with anxiety about a surgical consultation for possible back surgery...[January 25] Kim is having discectomy surgery January 25. Continued support is requested for her and for her medical team....[January 26] Kim is having intense pain in the lumbar region of her back...[February 1] The back surgery was successful. Continued support for her recovery period.
Update Sunday, February 10, 2018
"Mobility from surgery has improved! Support for residual leg pain reduction."

First received Tuesday, January 29, 2019
For Cordula H. in Lubeck, Germany with terminal cancer, and for her family.
Update Sunday, February 10, 2018
Cordula is in her transition process; her closest family is around her.

First received Sunday, December 9, 2018
For Dawn C. in Tarpon Springs, Florida who is having revision knee replacement surgery on December 11 to replace an implant that disconnected and is damaging the tibia; and for Dr. T. and the medical team...[December 26] "The surgery was more extensive and complicated than planned. Due to repair of damage to the tibia and a torn tendon to the patella, I will have to wear a brace and not bend my knee for three to four weeks. After they are healed I will start physical therapy for the knee replacement."
Update Tuesday, February 5, 2018
"My brace was removed one month after surgery allowing me to bend my knee and start normal physical therapy. My doctors and physical therapists are amazed at my progress and how my range of motion has returned to almost normal. After twelve physical therapy sessions, I am continuing with exercises and therapy follow-ups."

First received Monday, February 4, 2019
For Colleen H. in Louisville, Kentucky, maturity, clarity, resolve and acceptance in confronting an abusive work environment.
Update Tuesday, February 5, 2018
Colleen is looking for another job.

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.”... [January 18] "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."...[February 4] "The blood cells are regenerating, my skin is healing relatively quickly from burns from the radiation, and the nausea is much better. While I was in the hospital, Michael had to go to a care facility. He can stay there for another week, and after that I have to make decisions around his care."... [March 8] "Very good news. The tumor has shrunk more than the doctor had expected, and in three weeks I hope to go to a rehabilitation facility for one month. I still have some side effects from the radiation. Michael now has an infection in his foot and is showing more confusion."...[March 27] "My blood values are still poor and I have a severe cold and a painful nerve in my lower back and my leg. Tomorrow I will travel to the Rehabilitation Center. Michael will stay in the facility care for one month. After this month we must experiment with new solutions."...[April 7] "I am in the rehabilitation center now and my cold has vanished. I am very worried about Michael, who has a bladder infection, fever and is very confused and apathetic."...[May 1] "After ten days in a hospital, Michael is in a geriatric rehabilitation facility. He is in very poor condition. He has to be fed, is not able to walk or lift his head. The doctors say he cannot be cared for at home anymore. I hope to find a better facility close to his family. In spite of all states of emergency, my tumor apparently vanished totally. I still have lymphatic edema in my ankles and poor blood values."... [June 3] "Michael has improved as he is able to eat by himself, can lift his head and is more aware. Sometimes he is angry and depressed about his situation. My lymphatic edemas are much better, but my blood production is still poor and sometimes I have a lot of pain in my muscles as a side-effect of radiation. I have had to learn to move Michael in a heavy wheelchair. He now lives in a nursing home and I am in a process of grieving and learning to accept the situation." [November 28] Michael fell and broke his femur. He is in pain and has stiffness due to Parkinson's disease. Elisabeth has stress fractures in her sacrum and thigh, and some food intolerance which may all be the result of chemotherapy.
Update Tuesday, February 5, 2018
Michael is sitting up in a wheelchair again after seven weeks in bed, although even a short time out of bed is very exhausting. His broken thigh and decubitus ulcer have healed. Elisabeth is having problems with bones and joints, but the x-rays show no metastases. She has had an inflamed sciatic nerve for a week.

First received Sunday, November 4, 2018
For Elfi I. in Austria who has just been diagnosed with breast cancer... [November 22] Elfi has surgery scheduled for Tuesday, November 27. Support for the best outcome for her and support also for the surgical team....[November 27] Her surgery went well. She needs to decide which follow-up treatment will be best for her.
Update Sunday, February 3, 2019
Elfi starts four weeks of radiation treatment on February 5.

First received Friday, January 11, 2019
For the A. family in Gundelsheim, Germany with severe financial problems....[January 19] A meeting has been scheduled on January 22 to find solutions.
Update Saturday, February 2, 2019
The meeting was constructive. Decisions were made for several steps towards solutions. Another meeting will be scheduled soon.

First received Monday, January 28, 2019
For Maggie B. in Arkansas City, Arkansas with post-surgical infection and breathing difficulties.
Update Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Maggie's abdominal infection continues. She is scheduled to have a tracheotomy.

First received Wednesday, January 23, 2019
For Bob D. of New Hope, Pennsylvania and New York with blurry vision and memory issues.
Update Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Bob fell and injured his back today.

First received Thursday, January 10, 2019
For Chris B. in Southampton, England who is having hip surgery on Monday, January 14....[January 18] The surgery went well. Continued support for managing pain.
Update Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Chris has been told to expect an extended rehabilitation due to her fibromyalgia.

First received Thursday, January 3, 2019
For Joachim G. in Frankfurt, Germany who is recovering from a very severe and long epileptic seizure.
Update Tuesday, January 29, 2019
"Joachim recovered and has grown into accepting that his seizures are part of his life and that medications cannot avoid them all together. He and his wife are trying to integrate the possibility of more severe seizures in their life, and, with work and a small child, are looking for helpful support and stress management in many directions."

First received Tuesday, January 22, 2019
For Nat P. in Great Barrington, Massachusetts who is in intensive care with respiratory distress.
Update Sunday, January 27, 2019
Nat is better. He has been moved from intensive to regular care.

First received Saturday, January 19, 2019
For Betcey V. in Colorado with a large floating mass in her eye which is not a detached retina.
Update Wednesday, January 23, 2019
In addition to the eye issue, Betcey has recently decided to shut down a full-time internet business to care for her husband who has Parkinson's and her elderly mother. Continued support for Betcey and her family.

First received Saturday, October 27, 2018
For Susan B. P. in Boston, Massachusetts who has been hospitalized with an undiagnosed mass in her abdomen and a high fever...[November 27] Susan has been released into a long term care and rehabilitation facility while her medical team continues to treat the osteomyelitis in her spine, and to manage her pain. Today she will return to the hospital for an endoscopic ultrasound to try to determine what the mass in her abdomen actually is. Support for her and her husband as they wait for the test results, which are expected to take a week to complete....[December 10] The test results show the mass in Susan's abdomen is benign. After five weeks in the hospital, she has been released and is continuing her recovery at home. She is still on a regimen of intravenous antibiotics to kill the osteomyelitis infection in her spine; she has been taught how to administer them to herself...[December 15] Susan is finding it more challenging to be at home than she had anticipated. Pain management remains difficult and only sporadically successful. An additional concern is that she is on her own this week as her husband is out of town on business.
Update Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Susan has been receiving intravenous antibiotics at home for nearly two months, but the infection in her spine has not been controlled and she remains in severe pain. She will shortly have an additional biopsy of the infected area in her spine to get more information for effective treatment.

First received Wednesday, December 19, 2018
For Laura S. in Parker, Colorado who has severe congestion and laryngitis...[December 21] Laura was hospitalized today with pneumonia and sepsis....[December 23] Laura's voice is returning and the edema has been reduced; the sepsis infection still remains.
Update Wednesday, January 23, 2019
"I was in the hospital from December 22 to 26. I have been at home in bed since then resting and convalescing. The edema is still severe even with taking a daily prescribed diuretic. The doctor who discharged me said I might have at least a two-month recovery from the pneumonia. I am currently on oxygen as it can drop suddenly with activity. The coughing and the chest pain have subsided. Now I need to recover strength, stamina and have my legs drain the swelling. The hospital prescribed a home health service for therapy."

First received Wednesday, January 2, 2019
For Lauri S. in Oakland, California who is now on antibiotics for a six-week cold which turned into pneumonia.
Update Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Lauri is doing a lot better after seeing an ENT who found her sinuses are very inflamed. She is taking various medications and was able to go swimming again this week without having a major setback from the chlorine.

First received Thursday, December 6, 2018
For Sean S. in Louisville, Kentucky with the process of applying for an electrician apprenticeship.
Update Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Sean is now working as an electrical apprentice in residential construction.

First received Monday, August 13, 2018
For Pat K. in Birmingham, Alabama who is having surgery on August 20 for cataracts on the right eye....[November 14] Pat has lost eyesight in his left eye from retina damage and the same process of eyesight loss is now beginning with his right eye. Support for his medical team as they work to save his eyesight...[December 18] "Pat's vision loss has stabilized. He and his family are moving through multiple changes and adjustments to their lives caused by his loss of sight. His spirit is good. Continue to support as big decisions regarding his business are now being made."
Update Monday, January 21, 2019
Pat sold his business. He continues to adapt to living with vision loss.

First received Friday, December 21, 2018
For Sam M. in Fairhope, Alabama finding the right medical doctor and treatment for a persistent strep infection...[January 6] Sam's infection has cleared after a second round of antibiotics.
Update Monday, January 21, 2019
Sam now has bronchitis. Support also for his immune system.

First received Sunday, December 30, 2018
For A.P. in Ötisheim, Germany with the challenges of selling her family home.
Update Monday, January 21, 2019
"I feel grateful and supported. I also have severe flu and will be taking a much-needed rest."

First received Friday, April 6, 2018
For Jim O. in St. Petersburg, Florida who is caring for elderly parents, and for his father who is having skin-graft surgery this week for radiation-damaged tissue on top of his head...[August 4, 2018] The skin-graft surgery was not successful and the cancer has returned. Jim will begin driving his father to Tampa every week to receive chemotherapy treatments.
Update Sunday, January 20, 2019
Jim's parents are now living in separate facilities. His father still has squamous cell carcinoma and is not doing well. His mother has dementia.

First received Wednesday, October 31, 2018
For Cate V. in England while she lives with a feeding tube after head and neck cancer and a systemic infection.
Update Saturday, January 19, 2019
"Cate is doing so well the doctors have taken out the line near her heart and are now administering antibiotics through a feeding port. She had additional reconstructive surgery on her face after a patch failed. She is doing much better than anyone expected and had a wonderful holiday celebration."

First received Tuesday, March 27, 2018
For Tom K. in Chicago, Illinois with long-term Lyme disease and insomnia, OCD and anxiety...[April 9] Tom is doing much better. He changed doctors and sought mental health support...[December 17] Tom continued to get further testing done. He has been diagnosed with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy which causes what are called "jamais vu" events which are very disorienting and stressful.
Update Thursday, January 17, 2019
Tom was advised to try a ketogenic diet which is very difficult for him. He is depressed that he continues to have hallucinogenic episodes.

First received Saturday, January 12, 2019
For Racki, a fourteen-year-old cat in Rohrdorf, Germany who is sick and not eating.
Update Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Racki has a tumor in his stomach. Support for his dying process.

First received Friday, January 4, 2019
For Fred in Concord, North Carolina who is in intensive care at the hospital with a heart valve infection.
Update Friday, January 11, 2019
Fred also has kidney problems and a blood clot; he may be moving from the hospital to hospice.



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