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, June 25, 2018
For 67-year-old Gordy J. in Forest Lake, Minnesota who injured his neck in a boating accident and is being transported to a hospital for surgery....[June 26] Gordy was airlifted to the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis. He is having surgery on June 26 to fuse the C2 and C3 vertebrae in his neck. He has movement in his hands, arms, legs, and feet. Doctors are hopeful for a full recovery....[June 27] Gordy was able to sit up today. His right shoulder is badly bruised from the accident and he is having issues with his right arm...[July 1] Gordy went home June 30. He was able to continue to sit up and begin walking short distances. His right arm issues are caused by severe shoulder bruising. He will wear a neck collar for six weeks and then be evaluated for physical therapy. Doctors advised that the surgery will affect his neck mobility. The surgical pain and bruises also are affecting his ability to move around. Pain control is difficult.
Update Saturday, July 14, 2018
Gordy is now able to walk around his home. He can only sleep for short times because of his neck brace and bruised ribs. He is unable to speak due to injuries to his mouth and tongue.

First received Friday, June 8, 2018
For Angie, a thirteen-year-old cat whose caretaker must be gone for seven weeks, and for Cindy who will be her petsitter.
Update Friday, July 13, 2018
Angie has been doing well for almost five weeks but has developed a stomach upset.

First received Friday, March 30, 2018
For Dee H. in Aurora, Colorado who had her right foot amputated on March 29 after complications from a blood clot.....[April 7] Dee has moved to the rehab wing of the hospital. Her spirits and mental attitude although initially very positive are starting to become more uncertain as the enormity of this change in her body and life begins to sink in....[April 9] Dee will be going home on Thursday. She will have a wheelchair, crutches and a walker. Her son is fitting her condo with safety bars and other support equipment. She will not be able to bend her right knee to be sure the muscles and ligaments heal to the bone before the doctors can fit her for a prothesis. Her daughter will be in town for a short while to help her adjust to being at home....[May 14] Dee's leg is not healing. She is back in the hospital and further amputation may be required for her right leg. She may also have other complications....[May 16] The doctors had to clean out dead, infected flesh. She had another procedure today to replace clogged stents that prevent blood clots from traveling to her heart. She is scheduled for another surgery to further amputate her leg, this time above the knee. Continued support for Dee, her family and her medical team...[May 18] Dee had another amputation on her right leg above the knee. The surgery went well. She is mentally sharp and no longer in Intensive Care. She will go to a rehab facility after a few days recovery in the hospital....[May 22] Dee was transferred to the rehab facility today with very little warning. Her wound is healing well, better than after the first amputation. Her son is concerned that she is showing signs of being emotionally overwhelmed with all the extreme changes in her physical body...[June 30] Dee returned to her home a couple weeks ago. Her leg is healing well this time. Her spirits have been so much better that she has traveled by car with a cousin to see family in Omaha. As long as her healing continues, when she returns home she will begin the process of being fitted for a prosthetic leg.
Update Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Dee had her first appointment with the prosthetic lab. Her fittings will begin after all medical paperwork goes through. The prosthetic leg that doctors are recommending will have micro-processors in the ankle and knee joints. Her daughter is getting married in September and she wants to be able to walk down the aisle at the wedding.

First received Saturday, July 7, 2018
For Gerry S. in Parker, Colorado who went to the emergency room with possible blood clots.
Update Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Gerry is fine for now. The tests at the emergency room found no blood clots. The doctors have detected an atrial flutter which caused the dizziness that sent him to the hospital. He was released without any medication and has an appointment to see a cardiologist on Friday, July 13.

First received Wednesday, June 27, 2018
For Michael C. in Minneapolis, Minnesota with complications following surgery to remove a kidney stone.
Update Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Michael is experiencing further complications and pain and has been readmitted to the hospital. Support for Michael and his medical team as they work to diagnose the reason for his ongoing pain.

First received Tuesday, April 17, 2018
For R.K.S. In Fairfield, Iowa who has had a red facial rash...[May 17] The rash has developed into dermatitis.
Update Sunday, July 8, 2018
R.K.S's rash has disappeared leaving no evidence of its former presence. Her skin is smooth and has completely healed.

First received Tuesday, July 3, 2018
For Tim S. in Atlanta, Georgia who is scheduled for surgery on his right eye on Friday, July 6.
Update Sunday, July 8, 2018
Tim's surgery went well. His vision still is blurry, but is expected to improve.

First received Tuesday, June 26, 2018
For Jose G. in Berlin, Germany who is looking for the best solution for pain in both of his knees, and for his doctors.
Update Thursday, July 5, 2018
Jose is hopeful and relieved after consulting with a new doctor who prescribed intense physical therapy to fix his knee problems.

First received Tuesday, June 26, 2018
For twelve teenagers and their soccer coach in Chiang Rai, Thailand who are trapped in a flooded cave complex, and for the rescue team.
Update Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Everyone has been found alive deep underground. Now the rescue teams are trying to find a way to get the children and coach out safely since all passages out are filled with water. Continued support for everyone involved in this ongoing rescue.

First received Friday, June 29, 2018
For Sheryl C. in Barrington, Rhode Island with shingles.
Update Tuesday, July 3, 2018
The intense pain from the shingles is making it impossible for Sheryl to sleep or function.

First received Wednesday, June 27, 2018
For Elaine M. in Atlanta, Georgia who is nearing her transition, and for her friends and family.
Update Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Elaine made her transition on June 28.

First received Saturday, June 9, 2018
For Gloria M. in Merida, Venezuela with two infected dental implants and stress and anxiety after being assaulted.
Update Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Gloria is much better. The infection is gone.

First received Sunday, June 17, 2018
For Will, a dog in Tuscaloosa, Alabama who is being treated at a clinic for nausea and difficulty walking and will be having an ultrasound for abdominal swelling... [June 18] Will has an abdominal mass near his kidney which the vet thinks is cancer.
Update Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Will made his transition today. Support also for his caretaker, Katie.

First received Thursday, June 14, 2018
For Brandon S. in Denver, Colorado with lung and liver cancer who is close to making his transition.
Update Sunday, June 17, 2018
Brandon made his transition today.

First received Thursday, June 7, 2018
For Diane D. in Santa Barbara, California who will have a procedure to remove a small cancerous cell on her forehead.
Update Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Diane had the cancerous cell successfully removed with a Mohs treatment.



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