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 Monday, March 18, 2019
For Marge H. in Highlands Ranch, Colorado with cracked ribs after a fall in her kitchen...[April 18] Marge is in the hospital. She has had an acute stroke. Tests are showing that she has damage from other small strokes over time. Her last episode in the ER was probably a stroke. When she fell with the stroke yesterday, she cracked her sacrum. The doctors are running more tests today to determine a plan of care. Support also for her nephew, daughter and extended family.,,,[April 20] Marge is out of the hospital and back home.
Update Thursday, April 25, 2019
Marge is on new medications and doing very well. She is receiving physical therapy and has begun to walk on her own without support.

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...[January 23]"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."...[March 19] "I am still confined to my bed most of the time. The edema has gone down dramatically. My voice has come back. I am regaining strength. I can get out of bed without having to support myself with the walker. I can get back into bed on my own which saves my husband, Gerry, lots of effort. The home health agencies have been very helpful. I now have a home-visiting doctor who will continue until I am able to drive myself again. An at-home echocardiagram is scheduled. The doctor is concerned that the fluid retention may be a part of congestive heart failure. They are also going to test my sleeping oxygen to see if I need to continue on it. I am planning on getting to other rooms in the house in the next few days -- new freedom." ,,,[April 18] "I have gotten out of the bedroom several days in a row. The doctor wants me to stay on oxygen at night. I no longer need the oxygen during the day. I have lost approximately sixty pounds of water weight from the edema, with more water weight to come off. I am feeling much stronger and am moving much more easily. An occupational therapist and a physical therapist are now visiting our home to help me regain muscle strength. I am able to bead again for hours at a stretch and work at my computer. So far no echo cardiogram, so no information on what caused the gross edema. My blood pressure is good and my heart rate is dropping closer to my normal range, although I still have a-fib episodes."
Update Thursday, April 25, 2019
"An echocardiogram test was administered last week. The results were normal for a person of my age. My nurse has increased the dosage of diuretics since my kidneys seem to be fine. The nurse thinks I may still have another ten pounds of edema/water weight to lose. She is also cutting my heart medication in half. I am off daytime oxygen and may soon be off nighttime oxygen. I am feeling stronger everyday. I hope to get outside tomorrow and out of the house for a class on Saturday."

First received Friday, April 5, 2019
For Alice P. in Houston, Texas who is waiting for surgery after falling and breaking the humerus in her left arm last Sunday, and for her husband and cousin who are caring for her....[April 8] The surgery is scheduled for Thursday. Support also for the medical team.
Update Tuesday, April 23, 2019
The surgery went well. She is now taking homeopathic medicine to promote bone healing and the healing of the surgical wound.

First received Monday, March 18, 2019
For four-year-old Brendan A. in Spring Valley, New York with spinal reconstruction surgery on March 20, and for his medical team and his parents, Marianna and Neal...[March 21] Brendan's surgery has been rescheduled for April 17.
Update Monday, April 22, 2019
Brendan's surgery went well and he has been released from the hospital to begin recovery at home.

First received Friday, April 5, 2019
For Casey C. in Colorado Springs, Colorado who is having emergency surgery for internal bleeding in the lungs, and for his family...[April 8] "Casey's lungs were treated with radiation and the bleeding has stopped. He will remain in the hospital a few more days for observation. The tumor is kidney cancer which has moved to his lungs; the tumor is deeply embedded in his left main bronchus and is very close to the aorta. Surgery is not possible. Support for his oncologist coming up with the best treatment option. Casey is in good spirits and feeling pretty good."
Update Monday, April 15, 2019
Casey is in good spirits. However, he is having trouble sleeping and has pain in his lower back. The doctors are encouraged with the amount the tumor shrunk after the radiation treatments.

First received Friday, April 5, 2019
For Sandi C. in Santa Rosa, California with a sprain and possibly a fracture in her left ankle.
Update Monday, April 15, 2019
Sandi's left ankle is now in an air cast boot, and she still uses crutches. The doctor is anticipating two months for it to heal. The torn retina has been repaired, and she is to use eye drops for several months. She went back to work last week.

First received Monday, April 8, 2019
For 96-year-old Martha K. in Birmingham, Alabama who is in her dying process, and for her family.
Update Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Martha made her transition today very peacefully.

First received Monday, February 19, 2018
For Paolo in Palm Harbor, Florida who is receiving chemotherapy for colon cancer, and for his wife, Adrianna, and children...[April 8] The cancer has grown and Paolo's liver and kidneys are shutting down. He is in ICU and won't be receiving further treatment. Support also for his family.
Update Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Paolo made his transition.

First received Thursday, February 21, 2019
For Lauri S. in Oakland, California who is anxious after receiving a positive test result from her colon cancer screening....[March 4] Lauri has a consultation with the doctor on April 23 about her follow-up options, and is on the waiting list for an earlier opening. The result may be a false positive from the test procedure, but she really doesn't want to have a colonoscopy.
Update Tuesday, April 9, 2019
The doctor had a cancellation so Lauri's appointment has changed to April 15. She has become more resigned to having a colonoscopy and is now looking for holistic forms of help to balance her physical energy in the preparation day and with the anesthesia during the procedure.

First received Tuesday, March 26, 2019
For the abused animals in the Zoo of Sorrows in Gaza, and for their rescue team.
Update Monday, April 8, 2019
The rescue team was able to get forty-seven animals out of the Gaza zoo. Now support is needed for the veterinarian crew as they work for mental and physical healing of the animals and to get them to appropriate surroundings. Many animals are in very poor condition.

First received Friday, April 5, 2019
For 101-year-old Beatrice W. in Oneonta, New York who is nearing her transition.
Update Sunday, April 7, 2019
Beatrice made her transition peacefully overnight. Support also for her daughter, Toni and her granddaughter, Alexandra.

First received Tuesday, March 26, 2019
For Louise in Southport, United Kingdom who is in the hospital on antibiotics following heatstroke and an infection.
Update Wednesday, April 3, 2019
"Louise is still seriously ill. She has been treated for sepsis and is having a review of antibiotics on Friday. She has been diagnosed with a tropical disease following a trip to Mexico. The root cause is still unclear."

First received Wednesday, March 27, 2019
For Barbara S. in Montana who is in pain and having to wait three weeks to see a specialist.
Update Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Barbara was able to get an earlier appointment on April 8. She is still concerned with getting a correct diagnosis.

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....[February 3] Elfi starts four weeks of radiation treatment on February 5... [March 13] Elfi has completed the radiation treatment and will have her next check-up in three months.
Update Monday, April 1, 2019
Elfi has radiation pneumonitis as a consequence of the radiation treatment.

First received Wednesday, March 20, 2019
For 62-year-old Jorge M. in Houston, Texas who will have facial surgery to remove a malignant tumor, and for his brother and 93-year-old mother who are traveling from Caracas to be with Jorge.
Update Saturday, March 30, 2019
The surgery went well. All of the tumor was removed and his eye was saved.

First received Thursday, March 14, 2019
For Sheryl C. of Barrington, Rhode Island who is in the ER with pain in her chest and left arm and very high blood pressure... [March 15 ] A follow-up appointment with Sheryl's doctor revealed that she definitely has a heart issue. The doctor ordered two medications and a stress test, which should take place soon... [March 19] Sheryl now has blurred and double vision. Her doctor recommends consultation with her eye doctor.
Update Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Sheryl's blood pressure remains extremely high, in spite of taking medication for it.



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