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, October 28, 2018
For Nicolas T. in London, England who is in intensive care in a London hospital after falling and hitting his head, and for his family...[November 12] Nicolas has been transferred to a trauma unit and is now able to write to communicate as he cannot speak. He has less movement on his left side. Continued support is requested for him and his family.
Update Saturday, November 17, 2018
Nicolas is now out of intensive care and has been moved to a trauma ward. His right side is working quite well and he is able to communicate by hand signals and writing. He will need an operation to rebuild part of his skull and his left eye orbit. He is improving however day by day.

First received Monday, September 17, 2018
For L.S. of Oakland, California who is dealing with a very difficult work situation...[September 22] L. took the appropriate steps to respond to the situation and is hoping she will be able to keep her job...[October 30] After the situation seemed to be resolving with her boss moving away, he escalated the situation again. She is trying to hold on for another ten days until her boss leaves.
Update Friday, November 16, 2018
L.'s boss left as scheduled but had secretly filed the paperwork to fire her. She was escorted out of the building today and offered a large severance package contingent upon her signing an agreement not to say what happened.

First received Monday, March 12, 2018
For the family of A. H. in Germany who are very worried about her: A. has been traveling through South America for more than a year and not contacted them during that time...[October 17] A. began contacting her family once a month. She has not been heard from since July...[November 7] A. had called her mother yesterday and told her she is fine. Continued support is requested for A. to overcome her social isolation.
Update Thursday, November 15, 2018
A. is hospitalized with severe back pain and weight loss.

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.
Update Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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.

First received Saturday, November 10, 2018
For Fred T. in Carol Stream, Illinois who has stopped receiving dialysis and is in hospice care at the hospital; and for his wife, Marie and family.
Update Monday, November 12, 2018
Fred made his transition peacefully last night. Continued support for his wife and family in preparation for his cremation.

First received Wednesday, September 12, 2018
For Egbert H. in Krauchenwies, Germany hospitalized with an infection in his left foot. [September 15] Egbert is back home again and his foot is much better. He still needs to rest...[October 2} Egbert's infection on his left foot is worse. He needs an examination for more information...[November 7] E.´s foot still is not normal. The diagnosis did not find the cause of the infection on his foot. His left ankle also hurts from the ligament he tore in August.
Update Saturday, November 10, 2018
Egbert is also having pain in his neck and back which affects his left upper arm and makes his thumb numb.

First received Monday, October 29, 2018
For Isabella C. in Mesa, Arizona who has devoloped a seroma and a hernia after the removal of an ovarian cyst...[November 1] Isabella had surgery to repair the hernia and seroma. She now has an infection and more bleeding.
Update Friday, November 9, 2018
Isabella is now on a new antibiotic to treat the infection.

First received Saturday, October 6, 2018
For Maike's father in Sigmaringen, Germany with peritoneal cancer...[October 21] He is scheduled for surgery on November 11.
Update Wednesday, November 7, 2018
His surgery has been rescheduled to November 27.

First received Tuesday, October 30, 2018
For the two-day inquest beginning on November 8 into the death of Cain H. of Nottingham, England in January; and for his family.
Update Sunday, November 4, 2018
The bureaucratic processes around Cain's death have now been finalized and Cain's mother, Kay H., is grieving.

First received Sunday, February 11, 2018
For E.K. in Berlin, Germany with a painful bowel inflammation...[October 10] E. is scheduled for a CT scan on Thursday to find a diagnosis.
Update Sunday, November 4, 2018
The next step for E. will be a pancreas scan on November 19. In the meantime, diet and supportive medication are resulting in much less pain.

First received Thursday, October 18, 2018
For the S. family in Germany who have three young children and whose parents are having marital difficulties.
Update Sunday, November 4, 2018
The family continues to need support.

First received Monday, August 13, 2018
For Joanne K. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa who has been hospitalized with a spinal compression fracture near the heart and very low levels of sodium and potassium....[August 17] Joanne has been transferred to Higley Mansion Care Center in Cedar Rapids for two months or so while the compression fracture heals. She is resting comfortably and is grateful to be in a facility where she knows so many of the staff and which is close to her home and family members.
Update Saturday, November 3, 2018
Joanne remains in the care center. In some ways she has gained strength and has been able to use her walker more. She has also developed more spinal compression fractures and is on medication for the pain.

First received Monday, October 8, 2018
For 88-year-old Lilo F. in Berlin, Germany, a peaceful transition from complications with pneumonia; and for her husband and family.
Update Friday, November 2, 2018
Lilo made her transition in the early morning of October 11. Continued support for her husband and family.

First received Monday, September 17, 2018
For L.S. of Oakland, California who is dealing with a very difficult work situation....[September 22] L. took the appropriate steps to respond to the situation and is hoping she will be able to keep her job.
Update Tuesday, October 30, 2018
After the situation seemed to be resolving with her boss moving away, he escalated the situation again. She is trying to hold on for another ten days until her boss leaves.

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...[July 14] 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...[July 26] Gordy is now able to speak for short periods of time. He is walking more each day and slowly regaining his strength. Sleeping continues to be difficult with his neck brace. He has lost twenty pounds and gaining back the weight is important for his healing process... [August 13] Gordy had his six-week check-up. The x-rays showed his neck has healed well. He is now decreasing the wearing time of his neck brace and sleeping without it at night. His speech continues to improve, he has gained five pounds, and is slowly regaining his strength...[August 29] Gordy can now speak normally and is adjusting to his "new" neck that clicks. He wears his brace for short periods of time. He is slowly gaining the weight he lost. He is becoming more active and is limited to lifting less than twenty pounds. He is looking forward to being able to drive... [September 17] Gordy is driving short distances (2-5 miles). He still needs a neck brace at times as he does not have full neck mobility or strength. Gordy is learning to pace his activities and rest when needed to help increase his stamina. His next evaluation is mid-October...[October 10] Gordy is in physical therapy due to limited range of motion in his right shoulder. He is adjusting to limited range of motion in his neck. He continues to do neck exercises and wear his neck collar at various times as he increases his activity level. He is looking forward to his neck evaluation on October 15.
Update Sunday, October 28, 2018
The doctors took extensive X-rays and Gordy's doctor said that his neck has healed very well for a person of his age. Gordy does not have full range of motion in his neck, but he says the limitations are minor. He will have further testing in February to verify internal healing. His right shoulder is healing slowly, and it may be another six months before it is known whether he has any permanent damage.

First received Thursday, August 9, 2018
For Christopher L. in Orlando, Florida who has had a serious heart attack while attending a convention...[August 17] Christopher has come out of a coma and is somewhat responsive. Doctors have put him on dialysis, as his kidney were failing. As a Canadian, he has no U.S. health insurance...[August 20] Chris is improving and is cheerful. He is able to eat and with physical therapy he is up and walking, although he is in considerable pain...[August 25] Chris has been cleared by doctors in Orlando to transfer back home to a hospital in Toronto. Support for the trip and continued treatment...[September 21] Christopher is steadily improving in a cardiac center in Toronto...[September 26] Christopher's kidneys, which had shut down due to the heart attack, are functioning on their own now, and doctors have discontinued dialysis.
Update Friday, October 26, 2018
Almost four months after a heart attack in Orlando, Florida, Christopher's tests results look good and he looks much better.

First received Sunday, September 16, 2018
For Tim K. in Denver, Colorado who is recovering from a back surgery complication.
Update Tuesday, October 23, 2018
The complication was resolved in a second back surgery on September 21; however, another complication has occurred. He now has a cyst which is causing intermittent intense pain. A third surgery may be necessary.

First received Tuesday, October 16, 2018
For ninety-year-old M. in Leicestershire, United Kingdom whose daughter recently made her transition from cancer.
Update Sunday, October 21, 2018
"Marion is gradually releasing the long and difficult process of her daughter’s illness."

First received Wednesday, October 17, 2018
For M. in the United Kingdom, mental stability and finding direction after completing her university studies.
Update Sunday, October 21, 2018
M. is feeling stronger. She has received help and has been able to take steps towards meeting people.

First received Wednesday, October 17, 2018
For Edgar, a mature dog in Dallas, Texas who has developed pancreatitis, and for Julian, his human caretaker.
Update Friday, October 19, 2018
Edgar made his transition this morning. Support also for Julian as he grieves the loss.

First received Tuesday, October 16, 2018
For M.I. in Vienna, Austria who is negotiating for justice and a fair settlement with the D.V. insurance company in a case of theft.
Update Friday, October 19, 2018
The insurance company suddenly decided to grant the requested settlement without further negotiation.

First received Monday, October 15, 2018
For M. in the United Kingdom who is moving from Devon to South Wales.
Update Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Marilys is making progress with preparations for moving on October 29.

First received Friday, August 24, 2018
For Ruza O. in Brno, Czech Republic who is receiving palliative chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer... [September 12] Ruza had to stop her chemotherapy treatments and she is now with her family. Support also for her husband and children.
Update Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Ruza is in her transition process. Support for her family.

First received Tuesday, August 28, 2018
For Marcia R. in Phoenix, Arizona who is having difficulties with chemotherapy treatments for lung cancer... [September 5] Marcia now has double pheumonia and is having blood transfusions.
Update Monday, October 15, 2018
Marcia was rushed to the hospital with blood clots in her lungs. Doctors also found cancer in the lymph nodes along the spine.

First received Wednesday, August 15, 2018
For Angie D. in Ontario, Canada who is involved in a challenging tenant-landlord situation...[September 11] Angie sent in another eviction notice last week and hopes to have a hearing much sooner than the original date... [September 20] The hearing regarding the eviction notice has been rescheduled for mid-November.
Update Saturday, October 13, 2018
The Landlord and Tenant Board hearing will take place on October 24 at 10 a.m. regarding the eviction of tenants Rose L. and Delvin F..



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