Water is an observer. Water is wild. Water is a source. Today we explore water’s creativity and secret intelligence. And the implications of such water flowing through us. Veda Austin is a water researcher, public speaker, artist, and author. Today, she goes over some surprising facts about water that may change how we relate to it. She describes experiments, for example, that point to how water responds to energy, intentions, and its environment. She reminds us of the fact that water courses through us and that we, as human beings, are essentially bodies of water–and how water ties all life together, physically, energetically, and spiritually. Finally, she highlights how water played a role in her healing, following a serious car accident.
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Water: Wild, Creative, Fluid Intelligence
Water as an observer. Water as wild. Water as a source. We will explore water’s creativity and secret intelligence, and the implications of such water flowing through us. This is episode 389 and our guest is Veda Austin. Veda is a water researcher, public speaker, artist, and author. She has dedicated the last eight years to observing, researching, and photographing the life of water. She is convinced that water is fluid intelligence and challenges us to reconsider how we relate to water.
She goes over some of the unusual things she discovered along the way, how water responds to energy, intentions, and the environment. She suggests that water can teach us quite a lot about life on a spiritual level and how it ties everything together on a physical level as well. She also talks about what water she recommends and what initially led her to dive into the field of water in the first place. No water pun intended.
Welcome to the show, Veda.
Thank you so much. I’m so happy to be here.
I am thrilled that you’re here. A friend of mine took one of your courses and she started showing me images of the crystallography that you’re into, water that was changing from liquid to ice form, and how it would take on the images of the things she put it near. This is mind-blowing.
It’s so nice to hear you say that someone took my class and was also doing the work. That’s one of the most exciting parts for me now that I’m teaching the technique and other people are seeing these things that otherwise may have thought that it was unbelievable. Essentially, what people are doing is if it’s a thought, for example, that they’re projecting into the water, they’re seeing their thoughts crystallized in ice and imagery relative to the thought.
There are so many different ways you can do this work, but you can use thoughts, words, pictures, and photos of people. I’ve done a whole series of different people’s faces where I’ve put the Petri dish of water on top of their photograph, for 30 seconds removed and frozen using my short-term crystallographic technique, and seen these incredible images relative to that person’s features appear in the ice. I have over 36,000 photos of water responding in this incredibly artistic intelligent manner. It is far from random.
I would say so. I’m familiar with the work of Dr. Emoto who demonstrated that how we speak or the energy that we put toward water changes its structure. He studied it under a microscope and people can look that up. How is your work similar to or different from Dr. Emoto’s work?
My work is macroscopic. He was working with a microscope. There is a large difference in the fact that he was looking at very small features that are not so easy to see with the naked eye. Whereas I use my iPhone to take all my photos. I don’t even have a macro setting. I use my regular settings on my iPhone. Therefore, they’re macroscopically huge.
One of the reasons I call my technique CMP standing for Collective Molecular Photography is that the water molecules are working as a collective to create imagery, that we can recognize much as pixels do for a photo. For Emoto’s work, he would use the term experiment a lot, whereas I don’t use the term experiment at all because I’m a body of water and I see incredible responses in water. I give water the same respect that I don’t want to experiment on water.
Water molecules work like a collective to create imagery much like pixels do for a photo.
For me, it’s a relationship. Any healthy relationship doesn’t usually involve experimentation. You have an open heart, accept people for exactly the way they are, and are curious and interested in what they have to share in the world and how you can support that. My relationship with water is very much an intimate one where I am curious about water, but I’m not in the mindset of experimentation because I feel like water is a reflection of myself. Much of what I see now is that water is showing me what’s inside of my heart and thoughts, what’s around me and my family. It’s like an intimate conversation with a friend or someone that you love rather than the mindset of, “Let’s experiment.”
It’s like you don’t want this to be a party trick. You want to have a relationship with water. I’m curious, what made you initially curious about what water was capable of?
There are two parts to that. Early on, I was in a horrendous car accident. We went under a 7-ton truck rolled twice and the driver died immediately. For several years, I had eight surgeries. Mostly for bowel surgery because the seatbelt had wrapped around my waist and crushed my internal organs, which left scar tissue on my small bowel.
I went in for small bowel surgery and because of all the anesthetic I’d had over the course of time, I ended up with blood clots in my lungs. When I woke up, they said, “You have showers of clots in your lungs that I had gotten from bowel surgery.” I’m like, “What?” The doctors wanted me to take warfarin, which is a blood thinner. I did that for a period of time until I had an X-ray and was all clear.
They were encouraging me to continue to take this blood thinner. I believe everyone has a choice as to what they do with their body, but I chose that I wanted to keep my body healthy so my body could heal and stay well naturally. I started looking around what can I do and I ended up speaking to a friend of mine who was a medical doctor. He also practiced Ayurvedic medicine and he said, “Totally off the record, if you can find a naturally high source of alkaline water, that might be able to help stabilize your body essentially,” without getting on all the details.
I became the guinea pig of my own health and I started trying all these different types of more alkaline waters. It’s quite easy to get alkaline water in New Zealand, even our rainwater is slightly alkaline generally. I had a wellness center and a client came and she said, “There’s this old guy that got his own private water source, and pH out of the ground is 9.9,” which was one of the highest I’d ever heard of naturally, and he’s only giving it to cancer patients. I went, saw him, and explained my situation. He gave me months’ worth of water to try.
Within three days, I noticed a big change in an area a lot of people don’t want to talk about, but probably should talk about, which is bowel motions. There are so many people dehydrated and sitting on the toilet trying to push a pebble out for an hour. Maybe drinking some water that might help. After having so much bowel surgery, that was something I noticed.
Within days 10 and 12, I had all these bumps coming up along my arm and jaw that were painful. I’m like, “I knew my body was purging, but I didn’t know what was coming out.” There was one that was like super angry and so I ended up getting some tweezers and digging in there and seeing what was going on. As gross as it sounds, I pulled out a little bit of green glass. Over the course of that days 10 and 12, I pulled out 27 bits of green glass from my arm and jaw. I’m like, “How is this possible?” The only thing I had done differently was drink this water.
That was when I started to investigate what makes this water different. How is this healing water? What properties are there that make it unique? How can it purge water from my body? You can look at an analysis of water and read all of the things that water holds, but that’s not telling you about the water itself. It’s like when you look up at the sky, you can see tons of clouds, but that’s not the sky. It was an interesting way of starting to investigate water because it had high pH, high bicarb, and all of these practical things, but it felt like there was something so much more that was going on.
Tesla says, “If you want to know the secrets to the universe, look at energy frequency vibration.” I started to think about what could have possibly purged this glass out of my arm. I thought, “I’ve always said that each person has their own song. That song changes with a change of perspective.” What it felt like was that all of the trillions of cells in my body were part of this orchestra and all of a sudden when drinking this water, it was as if there was a new player that came to play in my orchestra. She was like the opera singer right at the end that breaks the glass with that high pitch high frequency sound. It was as if that’s what pushed the glass to the surface of my skin all at once.
This water had a certain energy about it which certain waters around the world will do. There are medical waters around the world. I no longer have access to that water. I always get flooded with people asking for it when I talk about it, but that man sold the property. He was very old. Now, I don’t have access to that water, but I did a bunch of studies with it when I did have access to it with clients from the wellness center. I saw dramatic healing happen from people who were very sick and even for the very healthy and athletes who were looking for those incremental little changes that give them that extra bit of energy. They said that they felt that and everybody’s eyesight improved.
For healing, there was something incredibly powerful about that experience for me and for many others that led me onto the inquiry more around the new science of water where Dr. Gerald Pollack talks about the fourth phase of water, which is the stage between liquid and ice. That is the stage where the freezing process happens.
I then was looking at Emoto’s work. Unfortunately, he was slammed by the scientific community because he admitted to choosing the best pictures to display. There’s nothing wrong with that because he was displaying something significant and what he did do was open the doorway for people to see themselves as sensitive bodies of water, thoughts, environment, and all these various kinds of things.
Not by volume, but by molecular count, we are 99% water which means that we have more water molecules in our bodies than stars in the Milky Way. If you’ve ever gone to an observatory or a star dome where you can look up and see what that looks like how many stars are in the Milky Way, it’s mind-blowing.
Let’s repeat the statistics that there is more water in our bodies than stars in the Milky Way. That is mind-blowing. If Emoto is right and if you’re right that the energy we put out can impact the water then we need to be clear and intentional about the energy that we put toward ourselves.
Ultimately, that water is always in search of itself. We see the entire world through the lens of water because our islands are 99% water. There is that saying that, “Eyes are the windows to the soul,” and if that’s true, then tears are an expression of spirit. Sometimes, people get very afraid of talking about that particular topic. We have to be mindful of our thoughts. We have to be careful. It’s like the terminology and the way we talk about it adds more fear to the fear that’s already out there.
I have been a witness to water being incredibly sensitive to all kinds of things, but what overrides the different thoughts that come in is the foundational work of intention. If you wake up in the morning and you set an intention, that is the overriding arcing energy that you have put forward for that day, whatever little thoughts come in.
I have children that have learned and heard about Emoto’s work and the sensitivity of water and have become afraid that if they have a bad thought, it’s going ruin everything in their bodies. As I work with children, it’s so easy for them to become stuck on something that’s not true. What I teach and see in my work more than anything is that the foundation and the intention are far greater than the thought that comes in and out.
I feel like if you wake up and set an intention something achievable like, “I am going to be kind to myself. I am going to live with gratitude for what I do have, not what I don’t have.” It’s such a big part of being in the world is worrying about what other people think. “Am I doing this right? Am I beautiful enough? Am I this enough? Am I rich enough?” and all of the enough stuff. Water is always telling us that we are more than enough. In fact, we already are a source.
I always say, “Water is always from the mountains going towards the sea.” It’s always going back to the source. As I said, we are these liquid crystal systems. We are an ocean. We’re not fresh water. The crystal part is very important. It’s one of the reasons we can store and hold our memories. If you think about the crystals that are in our technology, they’re there to store information. Salt is a crystal. When you put salt in water, not only adds an electrical element, it adds the foundation of information and storage holding.
I think of water in a couple of ways. One of them is that of water in the more spiritual aspect as the observer, not as the judger. Water never judges. It is observing only. When it comes into the physical body or when it’s become streams and things like that, it picks up all of these minerals and salts. Therefore, it starts to store and hold memory, which is why I think of distilled water more as an observer whereas spring water is more in action and it’s creating memories.
Water is the observer, not the judger. Water never judges.
We, as humans, are creating memories in every moment. If we look back at our entire life, it is a memory. When we are looking towards our future, it is in our imagination. Now is what we have. We are a body of water that is storing and holding incredible memories from the moment that we are conceived and even further because the water never dies. We are made up of so much of it. It’s always in one of its stages. The secrets are in the subtleties.
There are over 300 different types of ice. That’s one stage of water. Within those barriers and different types of ice are subtleties and layers and because there’s water in the air, that’s a huge part of why we feel the energy. We have this liquid water within us that has all this information about us. When we drink water, that water comes into this incredibly intelligent sophisticated water system.
When we think about the fact that we breathe, that means that there is evaporated water in the air and specifically around us. We also have an electrical charge and the water in the air is attracted to our electrical charge, sharing information from the outside world into the inside world of our body, and also sharing information about us.
When we come into contact with somebody without touching them and our conscious awareness becomes aware of one another, we can feel what that person feels like to us. Sometimes it’s an instant, “You look so familiar, how do I know you?” Sometimes it’s like love at first sight. Sometimes it’s like, “There’s weird energy. I’m not sure about you.” You can go into a house that has had something weird going on in it and you feel this vibe and we don’t know how.
This water in the air explained so much of that. We have this web of energy all the way around us always feeling more of these subtle atmospheric informational layers. When you meet someone and you have that immediate connection, so often it’s because the patterns of that web that you have matched or a very similar to the patterns that they have.
This is fascinating and mind-blowing at the same time as I process the idea that water is all around us in the very air, as you said, in our present and exchanges with one another, in our bodies where there’s also electrical charge, and it’s an observer and not a judge. I’m trying to summarize all the bits and pieces, but I want to go back a little bit to the crystallography. Let’s take it back a little bit to the secret intelligence of water and how it does carry information. Can you share 1 impression or 2 of the crystallography and what was conveyed to the water or from the water?
Honestly, that’s the most important part sometimes because I can rave on for hours about these amazing images, but until you see them, you don’t know why I’m so excited. These are examples here of Emoto’s work for people that haven’t seen it. Another person who inspired me is Laurent Costa. He was taking microscopic photos of water, but he thought of water as a spiritual teacher as well. He wanted to invite water to share whatever it wanted. Sometimes he’d smile at the water before he froze it and microscopically took photos and you can see he’s getting happy faces and various things like that.
My first ever work with water involved me being curious to see, “Did water store information? How is this possible?” You don’t believe everything you read because you want to be able to see for yourself. I held a Petri dish of water in my hand and I was thinking about what I was going to think about. I thought I’d project a thought, but then I saw a bit of fluff floating around on the dish. I went put my hand and took the fluff out, consciously thinking I wonder if my hand will have any impact on the water’s “memory.”
I then put it into my freezer with the peas and the broccoli and everything. I then let it freeze. In the beginning, I totally froze the water. I haven’t done that in many years now because I discovered something important, but I have the photo that I took after I pulled it out of the freezer. You can see that it is a hand and it took up half the Petri dish. That’s huge. It’s undeniably a hand. It looks very much like an X-ray of a hand.
I inherited my mother’s two slightly bent fingers on either side of my middle finger. You can see that even in this hand, those two fingers are slightly bent. It wasn’t just any hand. It was my hand. I was freaked out honestly when I saw this because I wasn’t expecting to see this. I went to the ocean and I thought, “If any water’s going to be informed, it’ll be seawater and I froze it.” You can see this fish, the tail, the eye, the fins, the grill, and it’s a different texture because sea water freezes differently than fresh water.
As my technique improved, you can see the difference between this hand image and another image, which was from the thought of an arrow. My son was only about eleven at the time when he did this. His name is Rama. It’s a Hindu name. Lord Rama was said to always have a bow and arrow. We were talking about bows and arrows and Rama projected the thought of an arrow into the water. This is using his thought only. He froze the water using my technique, which is only five minutes. You can see how clear the arrowhead is. He took this photo himself. You see what amazing lighting it is and what children can do. It’s remarkable.
As far as my technique goes, I get the water when it’s in two parts. I started to become curious because I discovered more about the fourth phase of water, that stage between molecular chaos and molecular order. Water in its liquid stage is updating its information every trillionth of a second whereas ice is completely solid and is in a more stable condition. Whereas the stage as it’s beginning to freeze and beginning to melt is a very interesting stage.
For me, I wanted to see what I was missing after a year’s worth of totally freezing water, seeing pretty cool amazing imagery, but I look back at that now and I’m amazed I got the imagery I did get. As I opened my freezer earlier and earlier at around five minutes and each freezer setting is different, I saw there was liquid on top and there was some ice below it. I was curious about what was going on underneath. I pulled it out, the water tipped away, and there was the most incredible imagery on the dish. I began to realize that water freezes and layers and what we are capturing in the crystallography that appears under the water is the first freeze. That first freeze is the water that’s taken on the most information based on what the influence was prior to freezing.
Water can also show you its signature pattern. Each type of water has a signature pattern. This seems like a pretty boring picture, but it’s important in the sense that there is light around the ice that’s forming. An indigenous woman said to me once that she could speak to bees and she would watch bees going around doing their thing and around the hive for ages. One bee apparently communicated to her. “We don’t mind you watching the hive, but please don’t look at us for too long because your conscious expression is putting too much light in our hive and we like it to be darker.”
If your conscious expression is putting more light into water and water designs with light so in this picture is that it’s the light that is emanating out of the water as it’s beginning to freeze that is doing the designing and water is following it. It’s a very interesting phenomenon. One of the qualities of fourth-phase water, which is more of a gel or plasma, is that it can absorb more light.
I used my friend’s face or her photo as an inspiring influence where I put the Petri water on top of her face for 30 seconds removed and froze it. It’s created her face. Sadhguru’s face and it’s created his. A Roman coin and that person’s face is depicted. The water is slightly over frozen here, but still, you can see that the face has appeared. These are more examples of my work. There are thousands. This one’s interesting, where I put my thumb into the water, remove it, and you can clearly see my thumb, but what was interesting is you can see the chip at the end of the nail in the picture on the ice. A few hours after doing that, I chipped my nail in exactly the same place.
That is fascinating.
I’m starting to see more and more things like that happen. This one is where you can see a little baby. A pregnant lady sipped some water. I asked her to take a sip of water and think about her baby. It was in the earliest stages of pregnancy, and I froze that leftover water. You can see her little baby on the ice. The one underneath it was a dog. It looks like an etching almost. This is an art as well. I always say that art is the heart of water.
I was at a cafe and there was a dog named Chanel who had come to drink from the bowl that the cafe leaves out for thirsty dogs. For whatever reason, in my mind, I was thinking, “I wonder what the water would show if I took some of that dog bowl water. I asked the waitress if I could get a takeaway cup to get some of the dog bowl water. I’m sure it was one of the craziest things she’s ever been asked, but she let me have some, and I went home and simply froze it using my technique. You can see it designed the etch of a dog.
More examples, my son and children get very involved in my work. I’m working on a project with the Auckland Art Gallery, where we’re hoping to put a project together where children can come in and do this work, learn how to do the crystallography, and it is part of a whole working installation art piece, which is showing something extraordinary mixing science, art, and consciousness together.
I have so many questions, but you’ve hinted at this. Help us know what you’ve learned about the secret intelligence of water. How has it affected your physical and spiritual health? How might it affect ours?
Water won’t work or do this work if you are in a state of expectation, control, frustration, or anger. It’s not judging. It simply doesn’t resonate in those frequencies. I had to be confronted multiple times when I assumed that I knew what water was going to do. One of the most beautiful things that I’ve been reminded of is that water is wild. If you want to make friends with a wild animal, for example, you take things very slow. You come in, show respect, observe, and don’t try and control them, lasso them, or do any of these things.
The moment water senses any ego part in me, it won’t do this. I always encourage people when teaching this work to stay in their curiosity. You don’t have an expectation because the moment you do, water will show you something you don’t expect. It has been a humbling experience, but at the same time, I have seen some of the most beautiful eye-opening patterns in water, especially in relation to questions that I’ve asked.
My mum passed away in 1999 and she was the most incredible woman to me in the world. She’s a beautiful angel. Years prior, I’d lived in Japan. It was before the days of cell phones, emails, and stuff so we would physically write to each other. At the end of every letter, my mother would attempt to draw a circle because her circles were bad. She’d put a heart in the middle, but nobody else knew that she did that. I have this pile of her letters where I have these little misshapen circles with hearts in the middle.
A few years ago, as there was nothing stopping me, I asked the water straight up verbally, “Could you connect to my mum?” The image on the ice was a misshapen circle with a heart in the middle. I had done that now, every year on her birthday, and the pictures are getting more and more incredibly beautiful. For me, it has made me truly believe. I’ve always been interested in different belief systems and philosophies, but in fact, more than ever, water has shown me without a shadow of a doubt in my heart or my perspective, that it is the connecting force of all life.
Water is the connecting force of all life.
I’ve studied something called hydroglyphs for the last few years, which are essentially an ice symbol that I’ve discovered that reoccurs in ice using the same word. To say, I have one hydroglyph. I write a word down, put my dish of water on top of it for 30 seconds, and use my whole technique, and I’ll see the same symbol appear. I have to have done that at least 50 times to say, it’s not random. I have 35 glyphs. The glyphs for living is what I call a fern hexagon. It looks like a star in the shape of a hexagon. Each leg of the star has these ferns. That means living and gratitude. Those are the two most prominent meanings because these ice symbols have layers of meaning.
I have other people around the world helping me discover them. One man asked me, “Could you please ask what death looks like because I’ve been only given a few months to live?” After having already discovered what living meant, I thought, “I wonder what death will mean.” I wrote the word death. I used this technique, but I kept seeing the living glyph over and over again. I kept seeing the living glyph and then it finally dawned on me. We as people use labels all the time. We’ve slapped the label of dead water on polluted water or denatured or de-structured water, but water doesn’t die. Water evaporates.
Water is always in one of its stages. It’s one of the things we see, which is a kind of immortality. It’s very interesting because, for water, it’s suggesting and saying, not only is it the connecting force of all life, it couldn’t well be the bloodline of all life. It could be the very reason that we can, in fact, observe ourselves where I have interviewed many people who have had near-death experiences and had the sense of rising, which is what gas does. It expands as it rises.
They looked down upon their body. Three people said the same thing. They pretty much said, “I hope that person’s going to be okay. They no longer had any attachment to their physical body, but they had become the observer.” My father is Māori, which is the native New Zealand people. The word for spirit in Māori is wairua, which means two waters, the physical waters, and the spiritual waters.
There is something very real here that the ancient and the indigenous people, and many wise people have probably known for a long time. In New Zealand, we’re the first country in the world where a river was given the rights of personhood, the Whanganui River. The tribe fought so hard with the crown because they saw the gravel being taken from the belly of the river. They hated that. They saw that the belly was being scraped. They saw that the effluence was coming into the mouth of the river, which was abominable to them.
They saw even worse since the head is considered the most sacred part of the body, the headwaters were being diverted, which was considered aquatic decapitation. They considered themselves one with the water. That water is not a resource. It is in fact to them an ancestor. They were able to work for years to be given finally this river the rights of personhood. It is not out of the ordinary for certain rivers to be considered not only sacred but family.
For some people, water is not a resource but an ancestor.
I’m thinking of how water is a part of our birth as well. The waters have to break for us to come into this world. I understand that when a person passes, their body releases all the fluids that people urinate and defecate. The fluid starts coming out. It is so fascinating. What do you say to the person, who’s like, “This is too woo-woo for me. I don’t think water is a source or has any secret intelligence at all. This woman’s off one’s rocker.” Do you engage with them or do you simply observe as water does?
Anyone’s invited to learn it for themselves. That’s the thing, I don’t feel the need to justify any of it because it is so prolific. The evidence is there. For 36,000 photos, it is not to be denied. A lot of repeatability for a lot of the work. Now, I’m teaching it and a lot of people around the world are seeing interesting results, which I’m sharing a lot more of now. Whoever resonates with this is the people that need to learn this. Whoever doesn’t believe it, there’s always going to be those people. Even Gerald Pollack who talks about the fourth phase of water has scientists saying he’s a pseudo-scientist and he’s one of the most legit scientists out there.
This is the way the world is now. There’s someone going to say it’s bollocks. That’s fine. It doesn’t matter. If you don’t like the science aspect, look at this as art. I always encourage people, “Art is the place to see this work.” Regardless of how the art became, what we are seeing is water designed into imagery that is recognizable. That’s remarkable.
When you see art, you are not criticizing it so much as you’re going, “What does this mean to me?” With art, you’re not throwing it all away as meaningless. You’re looking at it and it has meaning for you. I worked professionally as an artist, and as an oil painter for many years, and I see the world from an artistic perspective. I see this as the safe place for this work because that is also part of the way water is communicating because art is like that saying, “A picture speaks 1,000 words.”
I found that the liquid language of water can be seen through the space of ice. It’s where the unseen becomes seen. There are many scientists now working and talking much more about water’s ability to store information. For anyone that’s interested in science, I recommend you go and look at Dr. Gerald Pollack’s TED Talk or his book The Fourth Phase of Water and research that.
There are many other scientists involved. Whereas for me personally, I’m a researcher because I don’t understand how all of this is working, but I’m presenting the evidence that it is. I invite scientists and people to help me understand more and how this is happening because every day I’m amazed. It’s not like I’m not amazed anymore. I’m still amazed every day.
To let the readers know, we have had Dr. Gerald Pollack on our show talking about the fourth phase of water. It was in the early days of the show and it all went over my head, but the more I’ve been around folks like you and experts about health and wellness, the more water is coming up. I’m so grateful. I have a couple more questions before we wrap up.
One is do you find those healing waters we spoke of earlier in this program wherever you go? I’m bringing it up because I was in Ecuador last time and often when I would go to a waterfall, they would tell me, “This water is healing,” but there were many areas of water that were healing. Do you make an effort to go to waterfalls creeks, rivers, or places where water is flowing? Do you find those especially healing as well?
We need to find all of those things within our own bodies. One of the things I say to the children when I go to school is, “If your skin was invisible and your organs will see through, what would you look like?” Every single one of them comes back to streams, tributaries, waterfalls, and rain. We have at least all of these water systems inside of us, plus we’re an ocean.
In fact, we are always looking outside of ourselves for healing. All healing happens within the body. I love going to waterfalls. There are some places in Japan I believe that where people go and stand by the waterfall and also, in Switzerland, because that spray from the waterfall is said to be good for asthmatics and for people that are having various issues. Plus, there’s a certain amount of negative ions in the air when you are going along the beach for example. That’s why walking along the beach makes you feel good, especially if you have bare feet because negative charges come up through your feet from the earth.
We’re always as people attracted to the water, but even if you can’t go to those places and some people can’t and are lucky enough to have a shower. I often will like to write something or draw a heart or something in the steam and the shower and it feels like it’s my way of communicating through my own picture imagery. If you lie back in the bath, one of the first things you notice is that if you immerse your head back in the bath and you’ll including your ears, your heartbeat will start pumping in your ears. You’ll hear the sound and start hearing the swishing noise of that heartbeat. That’s the movement of the fluids and water within you.
It’s reminding us of this primordial aspect of our entire being. We look at ourselves with our fourth phase water, ice, but we don’t consider ourselves to be bodies of water because even though when we cut ourselves, we leak. When we have an emotional expression of tears, we leak. When we sweat, we are leaking. Various other things that we leak, even down to the conception of an embryo or child. Not just being born, but the way in which we are conceived is all through fluids. It’s not just humans. We’re talking about eggs as well as various different aspects of birth and conception. Water is a part of all of these things.
Water is the primordial aspect of everyone’s being. All nature cannot live without it.
I love going to water sources. I love being able to know that my conscious expression like me looking in a rain puddle and I see my reflection is likely that the water is seeing my reflection in itself and it’s having a response as much as I’m having a response. That might sound woo-woo to some people, but it is all perspective. This entire world is based on many people’s different versions of the truth. Water is one of the most incredible truths we all know and all nature knows we simply cannot live without it.
There’s like a reel going around on Instagram where this woman asks a question, “What if water was God?” This then man answers, “That would mean he’d be inside of us and outside of us, above us and below us. That would mean that there could be no life without it. It could give life and take it away.” There are so many aspects to that. I’m not saying it’s true, but I’m saying it’s interesting when you see things from a slightly different perspective.
Thank you for your perspective. I feel like it is a beautiful reflection of all the work you’ve done, both spiritually and physically. I want to conclude now with a question I often pose at the end of the show. If the reader could do one thing to improve their health because we like to focus on these things in our show, what would you recommend that they do?
I’m going to share something that has been one of the most mind-blowing things I’ve discovered. This stage of the crystallography that I’ve talked about is called Liquid Crystal. It’s an incredibly powerful stage. My children taught me something amazing. Years ago, as I was doing crystallography, and after I’d taken a photo, but before the ice had melted, my daughter Shanti would say, “Mommy, can I have that?” I’m like, “Okay.” I gave it to her and she started to eat the ice. I’m like, “What are you doing?” She said, “It’s good for me.” I’m like, “Okay.”
My son, a week or so later, said, “Can I have that?” He started to do it and I said, “Did your sister show you that?” He goes, “What are you talking about?” I’m like, “Never mind.” Over the course of time, the children would individually come and want to eat the ice. When I started to teach this technique, other mothers and fathers would say, “My children have started asking me that too.” I watched patterns. I’m like, “What do they know that I don’t?”
My partner did a whole study using my technique using words of plant medicines. He would write the word ayahuasca, and these psychoactive derivatives like DMT, ibogaine, and various things like that. What was interesting was that, for the week that he was writing the word for ayahuasca, he would eat the ice afterward. After that week, he came to me privately and said, “I might need to take this seriously,” because he was starting to get some awakenings happen.
I have started to share this with other people and in my workshops. I’ve finally started to hear about people that have had health issues. I’ve had several people that have had insomnia and one lady has got back to me that she did it three times a day. She chose the word to write down. The most powerful part is to write the word and put the dish on top of the word for 30 seconds. I only give that as an indicator, but 30 seconds seems to be a good time. Use my technique and then pull it out and then observe it and then eat it.
She did those three times a day and she said that after day ten, she had the best sleep she’d had in a few years. It’s very early days, but it’s very significant because water doesn’t read words, it reads the energy of words. In a similar way to homeopathy, we are seeing the spirit of the plant in the ice because I’ve done studies using homeopathy.
In this particular situation, we are seeing the spirit of the word personified. It’s different when you have liquid water, you pray on it, do a nice thing, and drink it, it’s still lovely, but the imprint is very much solidified. When something is informed, it’s in form so it’s become informed in this liquid crystal stage. Since we are only eating, for example, the first freeze or layer that is the most potent layer of that information.
People do need to learn how to do my technique to do this. It’s not hard at all and it’s not expensive. All you need to do is get a glass Petri dish and the rest is easy. You do need a freezer, but no special freezer. You do need to know the stages to look for, but I help everyone through these in the workshops. You can get the step-by-step guide PDF, but once you know how to do that, you can do that in multiple ways.
Plus, you can also do it with your urine. There are a lot of people that are doing this urine therapy, a Shivambu thing. They’ve started to do that with crystallographic urine. There’s a lot there. That’s the most help that I can give because I’ve seen it to be more powerful than during the blessing of the liquid water.
This has been a powerful conversation, Veda. I’m so thankful you were on our show. I appreciate your time.
It’s my pleasure.
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About Veda Austin
Veda is a water researcher, public speaker, mother, artist and author. She has dedicated the last 8 years observing and photographing the life of water. She believes that water is fluid intelligence, observing itself through every living organism on the planet and in the Universe.
Her primary area of focus is photographing water in its ‘state of creation’, the space between liquid and ice. Through her remarkable crystallographic photos, water reveals its awareness of not only Creation, but thought and intention through imagery.🖨️ Print post
Rose Bohmann says
It would be helpful if the photos could be attached to this podcast. I keep wanting to see what Veda’s talking about!