00:02.40 wildremedies Vata austin welcome to the wild remedies podcast I have been looking forward to talking to you for weeks maybe months now I am absolutely psyched for this conversation.
00:13.80 Veda Austin Oh thank you. It's such a pleasure to be here.
00:17.73 wildremedies And where where are you coming from. It looks beautiful and sunny I'm you're in New Zealand aren't you.
00:25.10 Veda Austin I am you can probably tell by my accent that I'm a kiwi. But yes I'm in New Zealand and it's yeah, it's a nice day. It's a little bit overcast, but it's always interesting with time zones and things how different how different the um. You know the weather can be the time of day can be It's ah it's an interesting one.
00:43.74 wildremedies Is well I'm shocked that it's daylight because here it's three forty P M and I guess I should know this because I used to live in Malaysia which was kind of like it was only a 5 hour flight to New Zealand at the time when I traveled there. But yeah. It's I don't know it's kind of messing me up I'm like how is it daylight there right now. What time is it for you. Okay, all right? Yes, yes, yeah.
01:06.52 Veda Austin It um, it's ten forty two in the morning but where obviously I'm in your future. So it's always so that's a weird thing as well. So anyway.
01:17.91 Veda Austin Yeah, for water they're really, it's quite timeless which isn't something I'm sure dive into soon.
01:24.52 wildremedies Yes, oh my gosh I'm so excited to talk to you about water today you have such a beautiful relationship with water. Um I came across your work I had interviewed a woman named Kylie Zak um a few podcasts prior I don't know if maybe you were on her husband's podcast Alec Alexa yeah oh and um.
01:44.91 Veda Austin I like yeah I was it I've met Kylie as well when I in the state's beautiful family.
01:53.14 wildremedies They are. She's so sweet. We had such a great time chatting and afterwards I think we talked for like another hour afterwards. She's just like oh my God I Just love everybody and I love being friends with everyone and I'm like me too So we had such a great chat and then she recommended you. She's like oh my God you have to check out vda's work. It's absolutely amazing.
02:06.20 Veda Austin Um, and.
02:10.68 Veda Austin Now.
02:12.51 wildremedies And I checked out your Instagram and I was just like yep yep, follow like amazing all of this is so so cool. Well ah why don't we start with how how you started this work. Um I know that there was a.
02:17.33 Veda Austin Thank you.
02:32.52 wildremedies Healing situation that you had that kind of gave you an epiphany around water. Why? what? Why don't We start there with that story.
02:38.82 Veda Austin Sure? Well it was well over twenty years ago now. But I was in a horrendous car accident. We went under a 7 even-ton truck rollde twice and the driver died instantly. I was the passenger and. The car started to spark. Um and I came to as soon as the car stopped rolling and my internal organs were crushed because the seatbelt had basically. Done what it's supposed to do and protect you to some degree but at the same time had shattered my collarbone and crushed my internal organs and the car was on its side and I cried out for help and something that I often don't add when i'm. Telling this story that I but I often just forget to talk about but I always thought was quite interesting is that the man who was driving behind us. He um, he had stopped and pulled over and was shaking his head because nobody thought anyone could have survived and he heard me cry out.
03:43.14 wildremedies E.
03:48.60 Veda Austin And so he climbed into the car which was a very unsafe situation climbed over the body of the man which I I can only imagine um, what that must have been like for him unclipped the seatbelt that I was in and I fell into his arms and he took me. To the side of the pavement into the gutter so that if I kind of had rolled around in shock or something I I wouldn't hurt myself so much and and you know there was a very brave thing that he did because he was there on site before any of the ambulances or anything like that. And I remember seeing my face and his glasses and it was just white and blood everywhere and it was such ah such a lot happened in that moment. Um, and so over the course of.
04:29.27 wildremedies Oh my gosh.
04:43.30 Veda Austin Nearly twenty years I guess I had 8 surgeries from that operation. Um, most of them were for bowel surgery because um, although again, the seatbelt did what it was supposed to do it also crushed my organs and so the the um. Scar this scar tissue tissue kind of grew inside my small bowel which stopped me from being able to digest food. So every time I would try to eat I would be an agonizing cramping pain and then be vomiting for the rest of the day. And that that continued to get worse until I finally had bowel surgery but when they sewed up the two fresh areas of bowel if we should say we have a lot of bowel. Um, but that also grew scar tissue. And then the problem came back over over a period of time and the the third bowel surgery that I had ended up being the very last operation. The rest were for interometriosis and for my shattered collarbone and um and three doctors had told me that I would never be able to. Carry to term or conceive and it's interesting when you get told by 1 doctor something let alone 3 but I I was able to put those comments sort of on a shelf rather than put them on a shelf within my own psyche.
06:14.13 Veda Austin They were on a shelf outside of myself as someone's opinion but not necessarily in my truth and I think because I was able to do that. Um I think that helped considerably because I hadn't convinced myself that they were right. So I went ahead and had 3 children for every doctor that told me I couldn't because I can't stand being told what to do but I didn't have them out of defiance I mean they're all really little miracles but it is an interesting one when you get told something quite seriously.
06:35.13 wildremedies Well.
06:47.11 wildremedies He.
06:49.85 Veda Austin And then you can go ahead and go well that doesn't have to be my truth and it wasn't my truth at all and so what happened on that last surgery though I went in for them to put a stent in my small bowel which has been fantastic. Actually I've never had any problems since then.
06:52.94 wildremedies E.
07:09.20 Veda Austin And when I woke up doctors were standing around me looking ominous and saying well you didn't you didn't recover very well. Oh my god I just woke up how do you know How do you know? I didn't recover well and um, they said no you have showers of blood clots in your lungs. And you know I was in my early 20 s I'm like young fit healthy. You know don't abuse my body in any way or any of these things I'm like what do you mean? and so they they couldn't tell me exactly why it happened other than perhaps I had had too much anesthesia. Over the course of time or it could have been Xy or z and so they wanted me to be on Warfarin which is a blood thinner potentially for the rest of my life. They prepared me for that possibility and it was in resistance to doing it in the first place. Because I don't even like to take you know paracetamolle for a headache or anything like that I ah I just I'm not that kind of person but I was really so told you know you're going to die if you don't do this so I did it for the amount of months it took for my next x-ray which was clear. And then they wanted me to continue on and I said I decided not to I decided not to from my own choice and from and um I'd take I've spoken to a lot of other people at that time and I really believed that it was my body was able to heal naturally.
08:41.83 Veda Austin And so I became very very interested in everything that I could do to keep my body well but when you have blood clots you have something called Rouleau which are when your the blood um starts to clump together.
09:01.10 Veda Austin And they kind of form like a rugby scrum. They all kind of get together and huddle around each other and very sticky whereas that what they should be doing is moving around each other quite slipper in a slippery type of way and that's what they would normally do and a healthy body. 1 of the serious things that happens with these kind of blood clots or rouleau is that your blood Ph and and this isn't interesting. You hear thrown around quite a lot as a term is that. People will often say Alkaline Water helps your body be more alkaline but that's a very broad statement. Your blood Ph is tightly.
09:40.20 wildremedies In.
09:53.52 Veda Austin Heightly kept at a very specific ph at approximately 7.34 if it starts to go down even by the slightest amount. It can be very serious or above that too alkaline or 2 acidic. Something else in your body will become more acidic to just to maintain the blood ph. It's so important that our blood ph stay as it should be at a very specific ph. So when these blood these rouleau start to happen. It's often because. There's been a slight change in and decline in the ph ever slightly. So if if your blood ph went below a 7 it's very likely you would die.
10:33.78 wildremedies Me.
10:45.54 Veda Austin So it's not just something that is easily going up and down. You know it's maintained very well. So I I knew that that um, something was good was going on with my body and in this particular area so I spoke to a doctor friend of mine and medical doctor but also practiced aivated medicine and he.
10:47.19 wildremedies My.
11:02.40 wildremedies E.
11:04.81 Veda Austin Ended to me that I tried drinking a natural emphasis on natural source of high alkaline water high ph alkaline water and in New Zealand even our rainwater is about a seven point two seven point three so um' like well that you know anything above a 7 is alkaline anything under a 7 is acidic 7 is essentially distilled water. So I began trialing my body on two week trials drinking. Alkaline spring water from various different springs around New Zealand and other than feeling hydrated I didn't notice in a huge difference because that's one of the things isn't it because we have this meat suit. We don't really see what's going on inside of it so we don't really know what's happening other than. By the way we feel or the way in which our skin looks our hair looks our nails look things like that and so.
12:06.70 wildremedies Yep.
12:09.22 Veda Austin I'm like well okay, well I think I'm being dehydrated I'm hydrated sorry and and then things seem to be going. Okay, but I'm not noticing anything dramatic but I wasn't really expecting to and I had a wellness centered by this this time and um someone came to me. Ah, client and she said you know I know this man and he has got an amazing aquifer and out of the ground. The ph is 9.9 naturally which is extremely high and only giving it to cancer patients. Maybe you want to try so I went to see him and he gave me a month
12:36.62 wildremedies You hear.
12:45.85 Veda Austin Worth of this water to drink and by that time already I'd become quite the water connoisseur and and so I was able to actually identify some differences purely by the very first taste. The.
12:50.80 wildremedies Yeah.
12:59.14 wildremedies Like did did it smell different or anything or it was just it was the flavor.
13:05.95 Veda Austin Or you shouldn't smell be able to smell water to start with. Sadly.
13:09.10 wildremedies I was just thinking It's more alkaline like because that's quite Alkaline and I don't know if that really changes it or if it's just slight.
13:17.70 Veda Austin Hopulinity Alkalinity shouldn't take change the smell but it does change the flavor and what ah many people. Ah.
13:21.50 wildremedies Okay, okay.
13:29.60 Veda Austin When you become very clean in your body. You are able to identify very subtle differences in water and when you drink lots of different waters and become aware of them. Those subtleties become quite pronounced so there was ah ah a difference in in a slight sweetness in the water.
13:41.26 wildremedies I mean.
13:47.11 wildremedies He me.
13:49.11 Veda Austin And the water was slightly thicker than other waters I'd been drinking and these are subtleties I would say so I'm like well that's interesting like there is a noticeable difference in my in in the taste and.
13:54.86 wildremedies In the.
14:07.76 Veda Austin By day three I noticed a change that a lot of people don't want to talk about but really I spent a lot of time in India where people talk about it all the time and that is bowel motions and it's a great indicator of your internal health if you're sitting on the toilet trying to push out a pebble for like an hour which.
14:15.74 wildremedies In.
14:25.90 Veda Austin Sadly, as many people around the world. Um, then there's unless there's something seriously wrong. It's very likely that there's another serious issue going on and that is your very likely dehydrated and I can't believe it but there are people in the world that just never drink water ever.
14:38.23 wildremedies Um e.
14:44.37 Veda Austin They drink juice and they drink other things because they don't like water because it's too boring and so for those people I would recommend water like a medicine because because there are certain waters that are like medicine waters and this water that I discovered.
14:47.50 wildremedies Using.
14:53.15 wildremedies E.
15:04.13 Veda Austin Um, that I'm about to talk a bit more about I would suggest as one of the medicine waters around the world and there are several. So I I went to see him and like I mentioned he gave me a month's worth of water to try and on the within day three I noticed that difference but by day 10 some very strange things had started to happen and like I mentioned it's very hard to know what's going on within the body unless you see something coming out of the body or you're feeling something within the body and and and so it's a feeling or it's a seeing. And so I saw all of these like bumps coming up on my arm and along my jaw that were super painful I'm like oh god like I know I'm purging but I don't know why like I don't know what I knew why because I knew I hadn't changed anything else in my diet. My skin care. I was using this water literally like a medicine and so I ended up getting some tweezers as gross as the sounds because one was like sharp almost to touch and I picked something out and it was this little shard of green glass and I'm like oh my god and then I went.
16:01.78 wildremedies E.
16:18.69 Veda Austin And and with some help as well and ah day ten and day twelve. Basically we picked out 27 pieces of green glass out of my body. The reason they were green was because all those years prior the man who had been in that car who died he owned a nightclub.
16:25.67 wildremedies Wild.
16:38.46 Veda Austin And in the back of the car. There were these crates of steinliger beer which are these glass green glass um Laga bottles and so when the car rolled they must have broken on my right side and the left side got more of the windscreen.
16:45.98 wildremedies E.
16:56.67 Veda Austin And I think my arm went to try to cover my face and so a particular area of my arm got most of it. But then how does that explain how drinking a certain type of water could purge my body like that it became a burning question.
17:10.40 wildremedies He.
17:15.76 Veda Austin Um, because I had a wellness center I decided to give it to other people and trial trial it with them to see if it was only me that was having some kind of you know, amazing effect and so I ended up trialing.
17:31.83 Veda Austin Ah, number of people over two years and I I put them on Eight week trials and what we observed across the board is that everybody's eyesight improved our eye lens is 99% water and that actually means that.
17:46.56 wildremedies E.
17:51.59 Veda Austin We literally see the entire world through the lens of water but our eyelands is one of the most highly audited and structured types of water in our entire body and in Dr Carly newday's book called water codes. You will read there that one of the reasons that we lose we start to lose our eyesight as we age is that our body is so sophisticated that it would rather pull from it and it needs that exceptionally. Ordered fourth phase water which we'll talk about soon in order for the entire body to keep running and functioning properly so it will pull from that highest source of water which is the islands to maintain order in all of the other organs and as.
18:43.89 wildremedies E.
18:47.39 Veda Austin You age was certainly certainly as some people start to age if they haven't looked after themselves way. Well the body will go well, you don't really need to see but you need your heart to keep beating. You need these organs to start working and so it's a slow degregation um of. The ability to see and this is an interesting thing because not many people would ever put that down to it being anything about water our Dna um is there is layers and layers of this ordered structured water.
19:13.30 wildremedies Yeah.
19:26.26 Veda Austin That surrounds the Dna if that wasn't there. Our Dna couldn't coil. That's how significant this type of water in our body is and so we saw the the this really interesting. Um. Improvement in ah the way and and in vision 1 lady had to change the prescription on her glasses because it improved so much we we noticed that my father for example, his name is bull ho heper. He's kind of a famous famous maori fisherman in New Zealand and does lots of shows. But um.
19:46.54 wildremedies Now.
19:59.97 Veda Austin He because he used to go fishing so much he he would often have incidents with fish fins right? and so he had this fish fin sort of that had somehow gone between his knuckles and years years before and he and he thought he'd got most of it out and so it had just kind of left a scar.
20:11.63 wildremedies Um, in.
20:19.60 Veda Austin After drinking this water. He started to feel this bump starting to come up between his fingers and this bit of fossilized fish fin started to like make its way out from between his fingers and it was kind of in his knuckles and it was kind of you know it's all kind of gross, but it's also kind of amazing and fascinating at the same time.
20:37.52 wildremedies It's so cool. Yeah.
20:40.20 Veda Austin And so ah, if we found that a lot of people who had been trying to lose weight managed to lose weight. Um, it's interesting because our fat cells trap acid and so more ah things that are acidic that we are.
20:51.80 wildremedies Excuse me.
20:58.70 Veda Austin That we um are adding to our but our body that our body is kind of like where there's an excess of it rather than putting us into a really serious sort of acidic situation and to stop it from leaching to go into anywhere else. Our fat cells hold. Acid so we always have the same amount of fat Cells. We don't get more fat cells the more fat we get Actually what happens is that the fat cells expand and store more acid So when your body becomes into a state Of. Ah, ease and stability. It's able to then slowly release and start to become and and knowing that the body is and able to release a lot of that acid acid rather than being overloaded with it. So. What what people would find is that their body started to come into balance and then they were able to this water seemed to act like ah, a water blaster and just really flush out a lot of the acidic waste. Um that they were holding and.
22:06.13 wildremedies He.
22:10.58 Veda Austin So that's a very interesting piece because for for someone like me who then I didn't need to put any weight on so my body already knew that it's not like your body just doesn't know what it's doing it knows exactly what it's doing and it knows how to look after you. Um. And part of putting on fat is the body's way of protecting you from all that acid. So then um, we noticed people there was one man who had stage 4 cancer and he decided that before he went and did chemo. He wanted to. Ah. Do a very long water fast so he used this water to fast for twenty seven days halfway through his fast and that's no food water only for so twenty seven days halfway no what
22:56.28 wildremedies Um, excuse me sorry just choked in my water a little bit. We'll edit that out. Go ahead.
23:04.87 Veda Austin Half well through his fast he observed that well that he went to the doctors and they were able to do a scan and they saw that his tumour had reduced by half and and then he thought that was great but they were like no, we're so worried about you on this on this fast and he's like it's reduced. What are you talk about.
23:12.20 wildremedies Wow.
23:23.35 Veda Austin And so he continued to do it and they'd even scheduled him for surgery like after he'd told them when he was going to finish his fast but two weeks after he'd finished. They couldn't find any cancer in his body and they still can't he did the work. It wasn't like the water was probably. I think that there's multi with we're multifacetated faceted so it's not like just drinking this particular is going to be your fix all and end all you need to put the work in too of which he had also done working on himself working on releasing his stuff. Um, but it definitely helped on ah on a. On multiple levels and to such a degree that no one could believe that he kind of completely was cured. Um, so we noticed all of these there were actually many many many.
24:09.40 wildremedies And.
24:16.87 Veda Austin Cases one woman who'd done 2 rounds of ivf managed to get pregnant within the month that she was so had started drinking this water and and and we're not drinking it all day long.
24:25.17 wildremedies Um.
24:29.71 Veda Austin Water The protocol that I advised people was is when you're drinking a naturally high alkaline water. You don't want to be drinking it with food. Obviously our stomach is always acidic, but when it's eating food. You know it's digesting food you you know that the point of it is to be acidic.
24:41.41 wildremedies Are in.
24:47.49 Veda Austin So by drinking a naturally alkaline water. It's not that it's not It's not going to do anything bad. It's not going to really do anything that it's supposed to either it sort of defies the purpose. So always I so these people would drink one litre in the morning when they woke up about half an hour to an hour before they ate and then. About an hour before they went to bed or at least an hour after that eaten dinner and that was all two litres of water in the morning and in the evening and whatever kind of water you wanted to drink during the day so it was that was the protocol and that was enough to make all of these dramatic differences. So then I gauged. Okay now I know that there is something special about this water now where do I look what do I look at to find out what makes it special so I then did what I would say 99% of people might do and that is to look at a water analysis.
25:33.34 wildremedies Um, and.
25:45.83 Veda Austin Wat's in-the water so I'm like okay well yes, there's this high ph y is it high. It's because it has a lot of bicarbo in it which is basically like baking soda. So for anybody that wants to make their watermore. Alkaline get the best water that you have add half a teaspoon of baking soda to it and will bring its ph up to an. eight point two eight point three which is the ph of baking soda baking soda has been said to have a lot of healing properties. There's 1 doctor that uses a mix of maple syrup and baking soda and injects it into cancer cells and the.
26:06.16 wildremedies A.
26:19.58 wildremedies 1
26:22.46 Veda Austin Cancer is attracted to the maple syrup and the baking soda is said to kill it and so this is really an interesting one. So um, so you know a little bit of baking soda isn't bad. It's not going to make the water taste like oh my God amazing. But as a small protocol and if you don't have and access to natural and more natural source of Alkaline water I would prefer to do that than use ionized water any day I do not like ionized water. So.
26:42.70 wildremedies E.
26:49.64 wildremedies Really interest so ionize water. That's like those fancy like konggan machines and things like that that are like $5000 and hu interesting because they they do I mean I remember somebody that I dated was like obsessed with these things. Um. And you could adjust the ph and so we always had kind of like an alkaline water. Why why do you not like those.
27:15.82 Veda Austin Several reasons one of the best um, best explanations and most scientific explanation is given on my website at the in the frequently asked questions. There is a link to Isabelle friend's. Whole big massive spiel about the difference between ionized water and naturally alkaline water and all of the science. But here's why I don't like it personally so they.
27:38.62 wildremedies Okay.
27:50.20 Veda Austin A lot of people when it comes to ionized water are talking about ionizing machines they are using tap water and transforming the tap water ah by putting an electrical current through it. Which essentially makes an alkaline and an acidic stream. So first of all, 1 of the things that happens. Um, when people are talking about ionized alkaline water that's done through a machine. Is that they'll say this is the best water in the world. There is no water better than this and I've heard that a lot and I've been actually very very verbally attacked by by Kungan people and it's been really for a warning I don't usually talk about it because they're so aggressive. Yeah, it.
28:27.70 wildremedies And.
28:41.60 wildremedies Um, it's like a cult. Yeah yeah.
28:43.99 Veda Austin Kind of have to look at that though because why why is there such a defensiveness. So firstly that statement this is the best water in the world is a lie. You know why? it's a lie because the Kagan machine as well as any ionizing machine was based off a natural.
28:51.65 wildremedies And.
29:03.20 Veda Austin Water all the the ah origins of ionized water stemmed from a type of water in the Hunsah Valley in Northern Pakistan which is called a blue zone where the people that live the longest and have the um best state of health. Live they are drinking a glacial water when scientists went to investigate why these people were living so long they ended up putting it down to the type of water that they drank from there people.
29:22.93 wildremedies Um e.
29:38.51 Veda Austin Were investigating what made that water so special and then they took it back to a lab and they started trying to reinvent that through ionizing machines but actually the discovery of ionizing water came from the oil. Industry where they found that when iron they used ionized water. It made it easier for them to drill through the um, the machinery with their machinery and were able to kind of use it in that in those in that Arena So The interesting things that make.
30:10.29 wildremedies Um, and.
30:17.53 Veda Austin The Hunser Valley Water special. This is a natural water. This is why I'm saying it's not a truth to say this is the best water because it was based off a natural water. We have to like really look at the origins of things to understand where they came from.
30:28.54 wildremedies Um, yeah.
30:36.90 Veda Austin And so Hunser Valley Water is glacial So any glacial water is in a state in between liquid and ice the inbetween stage of liquid and ice is known as Liquid Crystal that is the fourth phase of water. When westerners go to the hunser valley when they drink this water.. It's so thick that the people that live there have to water it Down. It's like drinking a plasma. Yes, It's highly rich in silica.
31:03.55 wildremedies Really. Wow.
31:10.13 Veda Austin And and and the Silica isn't dissolved. It's in these tight. It's like a colloidid or silver in a way I'm sorry Silica It's like colloidal version of Silica So these minute trace amounts of Silica that ah that are in there. It is an alkaline water.
31:20.57 wildremedies Um, option.
31:28.20 Veda Austin Naturally, um, any fourth phase water has certain properties it absorbs more light and it has a negative charge. So One of the things that a lot of people that talk about ionizing machines say is that um they can. Alter The O Rp of their water which is means oxidation reduction potential. Essentially there's just a fancy way of saying that whether or not the water is oxidizing you or and and giving you kind of like free radicals or whether it's.
32:06.32 wildremedies He.
32:06.39 Veda Austin Actually improving your health and so any pretty much any water that you get takes straight out of the ground from a natural spring has a negative orp once it's out of the ground. That's where it becomes a little unstable and will often start to the Orp will start to go up so you want it to be under 0 not you want a negative op rather than a positive op now orp oxid. Ah.
32:29.56 wildremedies He.
32:40.72 Veda Austin Basically what what Orp is is a wonderful way to see whether your water is negatively or positively charged if it's a negative op it means it's a negative charge if it's a positive opm means it's a positive charge positive charge is oxidizing you like like rust.
32:56.73 wildremedies And then drop.
32:59.39 Veda Austin Negative is actually a really healthy version for you. So it it is an active. Yeah yeah, and so um, so the the issue that I have had.
33:01.70 wildremedies So more of like an antioxidant right? which we hear about foods and things like that. Yeah.
33:16.43 Veda Austin With ionizing machines and I've done many many studies on them is that they are not long-lasting or stable. So one of the reasons that the naturally alkam and water stays stable and holds its ph for. Sometimes even up to a year or more is because of the amount and type of minerals that it it has been exposed to so the reason that the water was so alkaline that I was drinking that helped heal my body it was because there was a lot of bicarb in the water. Naturally, it had gone through a lot of lime and. Things like that. So it. It was organically in the water. So when you're filtering the water first and then you're going through this like process of electrocuution which which some people don't like that term because they think it's not It's bit too human human a term.
33:55.35 wildremedies Yeah.
34:13.90 Veda Austin But essentially we are electric. It. It is an electrocution process and to to get that water to go into these two streams. Well a number of things happen with that once it's at the ah the ph that you desire if you were to. Have that sitting in a glass with no cover on it and within 12 hours that ph would have considerably gone down and eventually it were quite quite quickly within three days it will be back to its original ph. It's not stable at all and so and so this is this is something I think that is very very very different to a naturally a natural high ph water because I've I've done many tests.
34:49.32 wildremedies Interesting.
35:03.98 wildremedies Mean.
35:08.92 Veda Austin With the water that healed me because I was so interested in it and ah I think I had it for somewhere in the region of 5 to 6 years I had a sample that I would test each year and it's ph from Nine Point nine after the fourth year it had only gone down to a 9.7 and so when I done a 9 point at sorry. Ah, ah, ah gone you can go up to like a 10 I think in the certain machines ionizing machines.
35:27.80 wildremedies Really okay.
35:41.26 Veda Austin Within 24 hours it was down to a 6.9 the one I tested. It's not natural. Water's always going to. It's very clever what it will always go back to where it naturally sits. It's always looking for its balance. so so I
35:43.52 wildremedies So it's just so it's not stable because it's not natural. Yeah.
36:00.19 Veda Austin To to further extend on that I would really highly recommend. People go to the link in my frequently asked questions on my website to to which which is where Isabel friend goes through this incredibly thoroughly with all the science. So this is an area I know some somewhat about but the way in which she describes it I cannot recommend high enough because she has deep concerns for the people that drink that only and she explains why. So.
36:38.30 wildremedies Chiefs.
36:38.35 Veda Austin I would suggest that in this world where we are constantly looking to especially in the more spiritually minded communities where we're looking for fresh organic free range. You know all these kinds of things.
36:56.61 wildremedies He is.
36:57.11 Veda Austin With our foods turning towards something of which is a machine to and man-made to to ionize water to make it. As close to ah a water that they people have found that was a natural water that helped people stay long and live Well um I would suggest that a natural spring water collected is far greater energetically than an ionized. Water through a machine because you're still working with the energy of tap water and I say the energy of water because that's my field of expertise and people might go or how can you have expertise about the energy of water. Well because I've been ah, studying water.
37:35.61 wildremedies Me.
37:49.82 Veda Austin Crystallographically for 10 years and I have over 40000 photos of water responding in a way in which when I began this work I would have I wouldn't have believed and. And I'm of the mind that when true science art and consciousness spirituality or intuition whichever you prefer overlay then you have a truth and what I've discovered in water is that there are 2 types of water within any living thing. The word wadua in moori my dad is is New Zealand native maori why do I means spirit y w a I means water and rua means 2 2 waters the spiritual and the physical waters within my area of work I am looking at both and I'm seeing them and how they form and develop. And'm going to extend on that because I realize that that is that that needs explaining. But if we want to continue the conversation about the healing water that I found and what led me onto the the area I specialize in now I think we we need to look at why what? I asked myself.
39:17.66 Veda Austin I looked at the analysis I saw all of this I'm like yeah, but but how is this healing me like how is this doing this to people like what's the special X factor and I was looking and looking and I'm like well there's nothing like.
39:26.60 wildremedies E.
39:33.94 Veda Austin I mean other than a high ph. There's there's nothing striking me here. You know that's different. Um, it didn't have huge amounts of um, ah dissolved molecular hydrogen but it did have a little when you look at. Ah, the holy waters around the world world like the water from lords for example or even looking at the ganges waters. They have large amounts of dissolved molecular hydrogen. But this water only had a ah little bit of that so I'm like okay well I'm missing something you know and so then. Maybe I look at what Tesla said if you want to know the secrets to the universe look at you know energy vibration frequency I'm like okay how do I look at that in the water. How do I measure that and then I'm like well let's start with this all you see and all you know. About water when you look at an analysis is what it holds. You don't know anything about the water itself science can't even tell us where water originated from they're in 2 minds at this point. Some think that it came from meteorites and asteroids which they think seeded the planet more are of the mind that there was water already within the earth's Mantle. There is more time more water held within the ringudite of the earth's mantle.
41:03.90 Veda Austin Then all the seas and all of the water on the surface of Earth and it.
41:08.27 wildremedies And that just came out recently like I saw there was an Instagram post and it's like the inside of the earth is all water and like there's so much of it and I was just like oh my god this is so cool I hope there's mermaids. Ah.
41:18.64 Veda Austin Well, you know it's called primary water and it's actually been known along about a long time and one of the founders of it died a few a year or two or three ago and he was able to drill he he hit. Were indicators of where it could be. He was able to drill in ah in a desert in Africa and tap into it and it's been feeding an african tribe with water with hydrating them now for for years and and so.
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41:54.90 Veda Austin It's a very pure water and you can identify this primary water because it doesn't have a lot of solids in it which means it doesn't have very high. What's called Tds or total dissolved solids minerals salts these kinds of things. So. And it doesn't have a ah high amount of deuterium. It would be considered deuterium depleted which is said to be better for us. One of the ways that science thinks that um, that water came from meteorites was because when they tested the ice and melted it and they tested the water for deuterium.
42:29.90 Veda Austin They discovered that the the amount of deuterium was similar or the same as the type of water that's on the surface of earth but you know that primary water is deuterium depleted and has less minerals in it which is ah which is one of the ways you know, but often they'll come together and merge. Because this primary water can come up through springs and one of the ways you know it's that and it comes up very very high as a spring. So when I've shared about primary water the the own one I've tried it twice. It's come down off it has it won't let me post. Instagram and Facebook take it down with no explanation There's a reason there's a reason the reason is is that what we keep hearing is that water is scarce and big pharma will not big pharma but big companies like Coke and Nestle and whatnot.
43:11.29 wildremedies Works. Ah.
43:23.19 Veda Austin Ah, going ahead and buying up all of the Springs around the world because where there's scarcity. There's value.
43:28.36 wildremedies Oh my God that shit is so evil.
43:36.13 Veda Austin So it's ah yeah it's it's an interesting one. But then anyway so I went on to go. Okay, well I don't know anything about water if I only am looking at what it holds. So how do I investigate what water is I mean you could look at a scientific. Explanations say it's hydrogen and oxygen but then you can look deeper and you can say well. The 2 hydrogens are feminine in the mode of levity and the oxygen that is large is the masculine in the mode of gravity and together. They create liquid harmony on.
44:11.37 wildremedies E.
44:11.79 Veda Austin On earth so there's a lot more to it than meets the eye. so so so I was inspired to begin my work by 3 people. Obviously I began researching becoming very interested in water because of what I had observed. And so I I ended up you know, looking at emoto's work and emoto was not embraced by the scientific community and the reason is because he openly shed that he cherry pickedcked his photos to display the best ones showing what he was trying to say. That water is sensitive to thoughts words and environment. However, that doesn't take away from the significance of what what he showed because pictures speak a thousand words and for and ah and and his work I think. Was an instigator for many people to see themselves as bodies of water that are sensitive to those things I just said by molecular account not by volume. We are 99% water. There are more water molecules in our bodies than stars in the milky way when we cut.
45:09.87 wildremedies And.
45:24.92 Veda Austin Ourselves we leak when we cry we're leaking when we sweating we are leaking. We go the bathroom we're leaking. There are several other things of the human body that leak we are not just the solid meat suit that we think we are.
45:39.99 wildremedies Me.
45:43.50 Veda Austin But the ah interesting part is that we also when we if you watch a baby cry and you'll see this long bit of Saliva come out and it's long and it would like blow in the wind. What's interesting about that is that we are not regular water. We don't open our mouth and just water just falls out like a tab we we are the fact that that Saliva can stretch suggests that it is unique properties about It. Saliva is 99% water with only a little bit.
46:15.20 wildremedies E.
46:20.10 Veda Austin Of of of sugars and in in there and so our body converts regular Water H Two O into H Three O Two H has an extra hydrogen and Oxygen um aspect to it.
46:21.46 wildremedies Interesting.
46:39.76 Veda Austin So inside of our cells we have this special type of water and that is what Dr Gerald Pollock is a friend and mentor of mine talks about in this book the fourth phase of water. When you go into the lab and I have done i' seen how they test for fourth phase water. It's really interesting because something you don't expect happens if you certainly if you not seen this before they get a little thing of water and then they put something called microspheres in it which allows you to see any movement in the water. And then they put something called a naphyon tube in there which is a C through tube and then they look through a microscope if there is this fourth phase water within the water so you have this fourth phase water in our cells but that type of water can be found in other types of water. Not all water but some. And so if there is that type of water in your water what you'll observe is that the water that you can see movement with the spheres that are in there will start moving through the tube round and round and round itself propels itself now the recent.
47:46.54 wildremedies Are.
47:49.28 Veda Austin Can do that is because it's created a battery Dr Jerry Pollock talks about it as called exclusion zone. So it excludes soates what it does is the the area of exclusion creates a negative charge it pushes out. The salts and minerals and things like that which creates a positive charge. So when you have a negative and a positive you have a battery and so we have these little water batteries inside of our cells and they expand with infrared light so having an infrared sauna is extremely good for us being able to walk. Airfoot on the ground. It's negative charge coming up through the earth because the earth is negatively charged. You know these kinds of things are um, ah very beneficial for us so I looked um at emodo's work and then I looked at um, a friend's work. He's become a friend I used to I used to have like this thing. Oh my god he's so amazing. His work is so amazing and then we became friends I'm like oh my god laurent costa called me but um, or well we we messaged because I don't speak french and he doesn't speak english so the only way we really understand each other is through Google translate. But anyway.
48:53.18 wildremedies Um.
48:59.33 wildremedies That.
49:03.70 Veda Austin He takes amazing photographs in a similar style microscopically to Masaro Amoto but he has this way of his relationship with water is all about respect and so he did not want to experiment on water. He wasn't coming from a specifically scientific perspective but he was using the same method by flash freezing water and then photographing the ice that forms through the microscope and. He would sometimes smile at the water. So for him. He considered water to be his spiritual teacher. He just wanted to in white water to share whatever he want it wanted to like he wasn't trying to see whether it would do something um, beautiful for a good feeling or negative for a bad feeling.
49:44.63 wildremedies Um, and and.
49:53.49 Veda Austin Because a motors work was extremely contrasting as human beings. We seem to love the contrasts in life. It's really an interest. It's almost like we're addicted to the best and worst of things and seeing them whenever I share something that's contrasting which isn't as often that often.
50:03.16 wildremedies Are in.
50:11.39 Veda Austin It it always gets heavily shared. It's like we want to see the best and worst but life real life everyday life isn't really like that for us where we're often have all kinds of bits in between the best and the worst. So um, so. Anyway, Laurent would sometimes smile at the water before freezing it and then he was literally photographing smiley faces in the water he was he was in in the ice that froze he was seeing fish. He was seeing hearts.
50:38.62 wildremedies A.
50:46.46 Veda Austin And these things were relative to something that had happened in his day as if water had been with him the whole time and this was really really interesting because he's looking at this through a microscope and he's observing. That water is observing him and that intrigued me and then the third person that really made me begin. This work was quite a genius actually the more I read up about him but his name was Thomas Heronymus and
51:04.24 wildremedies A.
51:22.20 Veda Austin He made a very interesting observation when he went into a Parisian meat market. He observed that the freshly placed organs of an animal appeared to be affecting the way the frost froze on the glass behind where they were placed. For example, the frost would freeze into the shape of a liver organ above a liver organ and so on and so forth.
51:32.80 wildremedies He.
51:40.78 Veda Austin And his hypothesis was there seemed to be some kind of life force energy still emanating out of the organ even though it's no longer attached to an animal and he put that down to there being water in the blood and each organ has a type of thing called a Sonic signature which is essentially like. Ah, cymatic imprint if you will um, it's just trying to give it an analogy kind of like an a cymatic imprint that holds information for form and function of the organ and we often forget that there is water in the air. The very fact that we breathe means there is water in the air. And so we also have to look a little deeper at the stage of this organ's blood so these were very fresh. The blood was still very fresh within hours of the animal being um, cut up and so and and killed. And so the blood was still very fresh and there is a transition that tends to happen. Um within water. So and when we imagine something dying all religions. And ancient cultures will say something along the lines of the spirit the subtle body The soul leaves the body upon death. Well, that's interesting because we we how how how does that happen.
53:13.43 Veda Austin And if you look into water and we know so little about water even though we've been studying it. We think we know some things we don't we we only know a drop I feel like I nothing even though I've been studying it for 10 years consistently
53:20.46 wildremedies In.
53:29.38 Veda Austin But what we do? what I've discovered is that within the more indigenous beliefs and certainly and within my own culture. We see there as an understanding of a physical and spiritual water. Well I think the spiritual aspect of water is the observer. Like a witness and if you interview people that have had near-death experiences as I have I have interviewed them a number of them and 3 of them said the same thing they said they had the sense of rising which is what a gas does. And they look down upon their body being resuscitated with absolutely no attachment whatsoever to it being their body and they am the observer. There's never any judgment at all when you're in the observer space we have the ability in our living body to observe ourselves too.
54:10.13 wildremedies E.
54:23.54 Veda Austin People who have had psychedelic experiences and Journeys and whatnot have may well have been able to do that My son brokers. Um ah skateboarding some months ago now and when we took him to hospital because it was a bad break. The doctor said Okay, we're going to give him something called Ketamine. And he's going to be here but he's not going to be here and I never seen any. But so that they could reset his arm so he wasn't able to feel anything but he wasn't knocked out completely. They found it The best way. The best drug to use.
54:45.31 wildremedies We give them that for pain.
54:53.14 wildremedies Okay, me.
55:01.77 Veda Austin For this particular procedure and within 4 seconds it it. was injected in his arm 4 seconds Rama said what the hi and he didn't finish the word and his he's 15 right? And his eyes were bulging his mouth was open. It was was so weird because he was.
55:01.86 wildremedies He.
55:20.51 wildremedies A.
55:20.54 Veda Austin Here, but he wasn't here and he was like looking around the room whilst the nurses were yanking on his arm to try to set it and and do all of this and when he finally came around and he he was Explaining. He said that he was watching them from the corner of the room. Do it to his um reset his um he could see Himself. He could see them and he even could remember something that I'd said I'd made a Jert joke with one of the nurses and then he said he went into these wormholes and he went all over the place and did all other kind of crazy fun stuff for him but he said it was. So hard for him to explain the experience except that he could see himself being worked on.
56:00.78 wildremedies Um, yeah.
56:02.49 Veda Austin How how can we be alive and be observing ourselves and this then leads into I've I've jumped from 0 to hero here but I kind of tend to do that and I'll bring it back to what why I began this work in the first place. But. 1 of the things that that I think that is the tether of the consciousness or the spirit if you will is electrical charge and electrical charge can be measured by heart math. So. It's not some woo-woo thing.
56:30.95 wildremedies And.
56:40.81 wildremedies Yep here.
56:40.98 Veda Austin It's very real measurable Thing. So waters in the air is very attracted to electrical charge. So Essentially if you think of ourselves as like a liquid antenna able to. Receive information and give information out the electrical charge of our body is like a web if you if you want to imagine it like that I'm giving ah just giving analogies and imagine imagine what? Ah imagine what Jew on a um spider web looks like and imagine.
57:15.30 wildremedies Are the.
57:19.72 Veda Austin On a much more subtle level than that on ah on a level of which we just visibly can't see but is very real. We have this web of energy around us which is moving and flowing with our emotions with our body heat with all kinds of stuff and that water is moving with that the water in the air is a track to that. So. Through this web of water we are able to feel energy. We can go into a room with our energy web and if something bad's ever happened in that and has a dense energy dense energy. Lasts longer than light energy. We go I don't know this place just feels weird I don't really like how this feels but how do we know that we call it intuition. But how does it work. Well it works because we have this amazing web of water which is communicating with the other web of water in the air. Sharing information when you meet somebody and you have that love at first sight or perhaps you have the feeling of knowing someone before and you just don't know how you know them. But they just seem so familiar and there's something there. Our patterns. Tend to match each other the pattern of the web seems to be very very similar to the people we're attracted to and when we're falling in love or rising in love as some people like to say we not only do our patterns start to mimic each other energetically. But we start doing it.
58:36.80 wildremedies Interesting.
58:50.11 Veda Austin Physically, you'll notice when people are interested in each other they will start if somebody turns their head. The other person will do it too subconsciously and then little little things we actually mirror each other so rather than it being like um, a twin flame. It's like ah a twin pattern and so.
59:00.42 wildremedies In him.
59:06.51 wildremedies In.
59:09.50 Veda Austin Then leads into the areas of intimacy. The the absolute sophistication of the fluid that's held within the human body is just out of this world even in our deepest sorrow when we cry the way in which tears form. Come out of our eyes. They roll around our cheeks going back towards our mouth because that's the shape of our face because they've been reordered and redesigned and restructured to be a mess of medicine to be taken back into the body to help heal our hearts.
59:39.60 wildremedies Wow.
59:42.60 Veda Austin There is there is so much more to this human body than we realize and we are fluid we keep getting taught about how much carbon we're made of but again by molecular account. We're 99% water and this water is very important to.
59:53.38 wildremedies Is.
01:00:00.62 Veda Austin Every aspect of life. It's 1 thing to say water is life. That's a common thing but it's another thing to say that water is alive and and and we need to investigate that because there are many cultures that believe that to be true. So coming back to. How I began my work. What encouraged me was that Dr Hieronymus had observed something with his naked eye. He had seen these these frost freezes with his just by looking at them. He didn't need a microscope ten years ago didn't have a microscope and I was like well you know I want to be able to see if this water memory thing is real. You know, don't believe everything you read? don't believe everything you know that other people say if you can find out something for yourself then I really encourage to try sometimes we have to make really educated. Decisions but nothing beats your own experience and so I could see that the secret appeared to be in the freezing where the unseen becomes seen for all both um masaro moto la on Costa and um, heronymous. Ivan Rudollf Steiner says that to observe the patterns that freeze on the window shop of a butcher compared to that of a florist. You'll see. They're very different. There is an energy that is held especially in glass glass is mostly silica silica is a crystal.
01:01:33.98 Veda Austin Crystals store information they're in all of our technology they help water to store information for longer which is why I only use glass petri dishes. We are not distilled water. We are an ocean if we had no salt in our body. We wouldn't be able to form any function whatsoever and we wouldn't be able to remember anything.
01:01:41.84 wildremedies Um, you.
01:01:51.00 wildremedies To.
01:01:53.70 Veda Austin It's are really important and I've got a whole study on Salt Anyway. So you look at that and you go Okay, right Now. What can I do So I had this spring water that had helped heal my body and I had a glass petri dish because I was already interested in some other things. So I've. I'm a water researcher I've always been interested in Science I'm also used to be an artist for many years I used to paint oil on canvas Painting. So I see the world from an artistic perspective. Um, and I'm very spiritual in in the sense that I've I believe that. We all have us have a life force energy that is not material in the sense that we know it to be and so I'm very interested in weaving the 3 together and so when I I thought okay.
01:02:32.83 wildremedies E.
01:02:48.85 Veda Austin What am I gonna do so I put some of this water into a petri dish I thought I'm gonna think something and project that thought in the water and then I'm gonna stuck and stick it into my freezer and I'm gonna see what happens This was the most rudimentary thought of how of of how my work Began. So as I was holding my dish. And I was like oh what am I going to think about what what thought shall I think about there was a bit of fluff floating around in the dish. So I put my hand in to take up the fluff consciously thinking? Oh I Wonder if my hand will have any impact on the water's quote unquote memory because I didn't know if that was real.
01:03:21.49 wildremedies Um.
01:03:22.62 Veda Austin Like all that thought will do I shoved it in the freezer with the peas and the broccoli and the ice cream and stuff and forgot about it and I had no idea or any attachment to any outcome and so a few hours later I'm like oh wonder what's happening in there. So I pulled it out held it up to the light took a photo on my Iphone. All the photos I've ever taken of water have been on my iphone that first photo so bearing in mind the petri dish size I used was about the size of of an average woman's hand I guess about ten centimeters in diameter so the image that I saw in the ice. Took up half of the dish and it was an unmistakable undeniable image of a hand that looks like the x-ray of a hand and to say that I was a little freaked out would be accurate because I was not expecting to see that. And it was a little bit weird at the time I'm like Gee I was I didn't didn't't see that coming and then I'm like oh my god well is this a coincidence like you know my mind was all over the place I showed my son I like what does this look like to you because he didn't know what I'd done this looks like an x-ray of a hand mom kind of a creepy hand I'm like. Hundred percent looked like a hand then I thought well if what water would be naturally informed I went to the ocean and I um I so froze a thin layer of seawater and I nervously sat outside the freezer thinking oh my god if I see something relative to the ocean here then maybe this isn't random and i'm.
01:04:59.16 Veda Austin The image I took was of this incredible fish with fins a perfectly round eye the shape of the the fish with a tail and then my household my household freezer became my most used appliance I was I couldn't stop myself but for an entire year.
01:05:10.67 wildremedies And.
01:05:19.20 Veda Austin Froze water solid now I haven't done that in 9 years because I discovered something extremely important and significant after becoming much more familiar with the new science of water which Dr Gerald Pollock talks greatly about. But even prior to him. There was a man by the name of Marcel Vogel so for anyone who really is interested in this topic I highly recommend looking up Marcel Vogel and water and he talked about the same stage this fourth phase stage as Dr Jerry Pollock did and. The fourth phase stage as I've mentioned before it can absorb more light. It has a negative charge which is probably one of its most significant things is the negative charge because all healthy cells are negatively charged, diseased cells tend to have a positive charge. So.
01:06:04.16 wildremedies You can.
01:06:16.90 Veda Austin Um, and it has it has an ordered lattice-like molecular structure which is akin to a crystal except that's it's fluid because it's in between liquid and ice in that stage water axe like it is able to absorb vast amounts of information. Really interesting thing that because I had Jerry Pollock on one of my master classes and he said that this fourth phase water. Someone's been able to actually collect it at a certain stage and um, dry it out and and it's it can dry out.
01:06:52.71 wildremedies Can.
01:06:54.76 Veda Austin As a crystal but it's actually not got any soates in it so it can it. So it's like already bizarre and what they are starting to do is now create use this fourth phase water crystal which is got no soates in it and can store vast amounts of information. And put it into a Usb stick and useful. Yes, seriously this is one of the things they're working on right now.
01:07:14.98 wildremedies What oh my gosh and like and they don't know what the molecular structure of the residue is.
01:07:25.78 Veda Austin Well Residue Ah, and the structures I mean you have to imagine this exclusion Zone water is minute but it's quite large when you're looking at it through a microscope but it's minute in the in the you need a lot of it to create this but it's um.
01:07:37.39 wildremedies Yeah I mean.
01:07:42.96 Veda Austin It's a bizarre thing that they they've they've sun to learn about I mean you even think about the term Lcd Liquid Crystal display. You start thinking about areas where we're using Crystals but not knowing we're doing it because we don't always know how things are made or what's going on there.
01:07:52.49 wildremedies Um, yeah.
01:08:00.15 wildremedies Yeah, like phones and like you know that's how we receive information is through crystal and structures.
01:08:02.24 Veda Austin But Jerry for that.
01:08:07.18 Veda Austin Well, that's right and and and and also within the crystalline structures of our own body I mean I recently was in hospital because the weirdest thing happened I was a so few days prior I'd had some body work done and apparently it had relocated or.
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01:08:27.17 Veda Austin Miss. We have these um calcium crystals in our ears that um have a purpose. Everybody has them and they's very similar to the calcium Crystal we have in our pineal Gland and also in the Retina of our eye. Um.
01:08:42.19 wildremedies He he.
01:08:45.67 Veda Austin And so when that's misplaced you have the worst Vertigo I mean I had the worst Vertigo I've never had it before and I just felt like every so tiny little movement made me feel like I was falling down a hole and then I was so sick and with hyperventilation my hands couldn't move my was like. Um, so stiff and same with my legs and feet and so then I started vomiting and so they the doctors think that the position I was lying in which was such a weird position vomiting um actually put the crystal back into place and then i.
01:09:08.20 wildremedies Um.
01:09:22.74 wildremedies Wild.
01:09:25.48 Veda Austin And to feel better and now I'm fine and and so is a very interesting because this tight we have these little crystals inside of our body that do very important things and if they're out of place. We can feel absolutely horrible. So so.
01:09:42.34 wildremedies Interesting that.
01:09:44.75 Veda Austin Yeah, we don't think about these things. The fact that we can even store memories is because we're an ocean not distilled water. The salt aspect is so Significant. So if you pardon the pun and you boil it Down. We are salts water minerals and consciousness. Yeah, we look at water water itself gets called many things we love to label things as human beings but we will say that as dead water you may have heard that term and that's not a truth. The the truth is is that water doesn't ever.
01:10:11.73 wildremedies E.
01:10:20.38 Veda Austin Die it's just always in one of its stages. It can be polluted for sure. It can have XYAndZ it can have not nice structures but that doesn't mean it's dead. It means that it's it's in that situation and it will evaporate when you look at Salt you put salt into water. It disappears. So it changes its structures so water then becomes a liquid crystal because Salt is a crystal which it then also has an electrical charge to it So you imagine the sea is is a giant liquid crystal full of information and then.
01:10:46.30 wildremedies E.
01:10:53.93 wildremedies Yeah.
01:10:58.40 Veda Austin When the water evaporates oh look. There's the salt crystals look they're in a cubic structure again. How amazing is that when someone is cremated. The ashes are actually salts so we're made of 2 things that don't if you will quote unquote die.
01:11:13.39 wildremedies He.
01:11:15.93 Veda Austin They're always in 1 of their stages and then you look at consciousness and that's a whole and nother thing because you could look at consciousness over here and talk about consciousness from our conscious awareness of consciousness and then you look at water and you could see that oh they're very different but when you put them together. You can see that water and consciousness is so intimately intertwined that they actually behave as one and you come to this idea of is water conscious or is our consciousness impacting the water and I asked that certain question when I began doing this work and kept seeing this incredible imagery.
01:11:39.73 wildremedies In.
01:11:52.89 Veda Austin And by imagery I'm not just talking about images that kind of look like something Dr Jerry Pollock he suggested to me as a scientific way about going about this. He said why don't you put 25 of your photographs together with the question. What does this look like to you. And circulated around as a questionnaire giving no indicator as to what you're looking at so I gave it to some friends who circulated around social media so people didn't know it was coming from me and they had no idea that they were looking at ice. There were 297 I believe people who did the study just over eighty five percent of people could recognize the imagery for what the influence was prior to freezing 25 images. There were 3.
01:12:37.39 wildremedies Wow.
01:12:43.64 Veda Austin Where a hundred percent of people recognized the image for what it was and one of them was the hand. So I'm not talking about random little makeshift. Yeah I can kind of see that. But.
01:12:49.79 wildremedies Um, oh Wow Yeah, somebody's interpretation of yeah and then it's you know you explain to people what it is and I'm like okay yeah now I see it. Okay, yeah.
01:13:01.30 Veda Austin Yeah, so for anyone that's tried to draw 1 might see oh well, the water is designing at quite a high level of artistry to be able to make it look like something that we can recognize. That's no small thing.
01:13:13.61 wildremedies Um, yeah.
01:13:19.30 Veda Austin So one of the biggest differences between emoto's work and laurent Costa's work in my work is that laurent and I are both seeing images and and where laurent also saw Geometries now Emotos or geometries and and and of course.
01:13:26.88 wildremedies He.
01:13:36.92 Veda Austin The world is and and universe is made up of sacred geometry and we are very attracted to geometry but images pictures are really interesting because they are something that are very very organically human. You know we were There are plenty of Cave paintings.
01:13:50.24 wildremedies Meet.
01:13:56.58 Veda Austin And plenty of images where we've been drawing what we see where we express ourselves from nothing to something we create from some kind of charcoal on a wall. Um and ah in a cave from there's nothing there and then now there is this design. That that is showing us showing people for for thousands of years to come what they saw we are again. We are sophisticated bodies of water we can do so many things. Express so much of what we see and experience in the world through art. So the fact that art is is what I'm investigating here is actually way more sophisticated than people give it credit for.
01:14:48.60 wildremedies Oh absolutely.
01:14:51.27 Veda Austin And so when I became more familiar with this fourth phase of water I began to question and wonder Well why is it that you know when is this fourth phase water happening in the freezer. So going back to something I mentioned about the hunser Valley water. Water as it's freezing but before it's frozen is in that fourth phase stage and as it's melting but before it's Liquid. So I'm like let me try and find that stage so I would open my freezer earlier and earlier and earlier to see when the formation of design was happening.
01:15:15.68 wildremedies In.
01:15:27.20 Veda Austin And back then I had a very efficient freezer with which I really do miss which was set at about C and so after about 4 minutes and 30 seconds I noticed there was liquid on top and ice underneath in my petri dish of water. So I would pull it out I pulled it out and I drained the liquid away and there I saw the most incredible crystallography which is what we call the ice that is adhered to the glass dish of which showed imagery. Far far more sophisticated than any I had seen in solid frozen ice now I look back at my work now in the very early stages where I froze water completely and I'm absolutely amazed that I got the imagery that I did knowing now how water freezes. Um.
01:16:06.47 wildremedies He.
01:16:14.67 wildremedies He.
01:16:20.74 Veda Austin The kind of imagery we get now is so three-dimensional. There is so much clarity because it's only millimeters thick it's like three millimeters thick it's so thin this layer of ice and it is what we call the first freeze so water freezes in 3 main. Levels 3 main stages. The first freeze is where we take the sample out that is when water is in its purest state. It is the the first freeze has the least amount of soates in the all of that water. So it's. Pushed all theolates out so we have a fourth phase water sample which is basically showing us this incredible sophisticated art. The next stage is the second freeze it. It has usually a certain amount of space in between the first and second layer. And then it creates like ah, an ice sandwich. There is liquid water in between the 2 layers when the liquid water has frozen which holds the most total dissolved solids. That's where you get that cloudy look in your ice and it starts to darken the ice once that's happened.
01:17:33.49 wildremedies E.
01:17:37.92 Veda Austin It's ah it's like you're lucky if you can see anything of the first freeze. So water must have been I Can only think that water must have been wanting to communicate something so desperately to me that it actually may somehow made that happen where it could see you could see things as clearly as we did in a frozen sample. So.
01:17:53.87 wildremedies And.
01:17:58.70 Veda Austin Knowing this this these 3 stages are significant because then you can look at it like a glue and glitter picture when I was a child the teacher would give me like a piece of paper with a glue stick and you'd draw it like a heart or something with the glue and then you'd get some glitter or sand and you'd sprinkle it on. And then you'd shake the remaining glitter or sand away and you would have like a pitcher with glitter in the shape of the glue with ah your conscious expression is the Glue. The first freeze is the glitter that stuck to the conscious glue the water that you're tipping away.
01:18:20.94 wildremedies E.
01:18:35.47 Veda Austin Is The potential is just potential and so if you tip the water away into another petri Dish. You get a secondary layer of information and you can can continue on this kind of conversation with water now I have like I've mentioned. Over 40000 photographs of water designing in these incredibly sophisticated ways and I have used images as pictures photos um media thoughts songs words.
01:19:02.24 wildremedies You.
01:19:08.92 Veda Austin All different kinds of inspiring influences and I've approached this not as a person who is experimenting but as a person developing my relationship with life force energy that we call water and by doing that. Water plays with me very nicely. But the one that that I think that I know what it's going to do or I expect to do something or if I am frustrated or annoyed it simply will not design for me that is because water is wild.
01:19:28.90 wildremedies He.
01:19:41.20 wildremedies Are.
01:19:46.44 Veda Austin Water It literally is wild and you know the feeling you get if you go into a forest and you know all the animals in the forest are wild if one of those animals whether it's a bird or a rabbit or a deer somehow makes its way to you and even better somehow will eat out of your hand. You know.
01:20:02.77 wildremedies In.
01:20:05.89 Veda Austin Feeling you get which is like oh my God This is like the best day ever I've made this animal feel so safe that or it likes me or these kinds of things. The reason we feel so different.
01:20:08.25 wildremedies Yeah.
01:20:18.63 Veda Austin From going to like a petting zoo where all the animals are there and they've used to people and everything compared to a wild animal is we know they're wild that they've chosen us. They've come to us that is the approach of which I take with water I know that water is choosing to play with me.
01:20:30.82 wildremedies He.
01:20:36.50 Veda Austin It's not there because it's there to at my beck and call This is not about experimenting on water God I'm a body of water I don't want to be experimented on why would it? The only difference between me and the body of water or the water that's in my petri dish is that I've got a skin and bones.
01:20:44.25 wildremedies Now.
01:20:55.75 Veda Austin This is interesting outside of you know we we then look what what is water and I think that with the work that I've done with tap water now. We've become extremely like water snobs. In the western world. We're very fortunate because we don't have to walk miles and miles and miles for our water like they do in India and Africa and in certain spiritual communities. It's interesting because we've we've become very. Against certain waters so tap water gets the worst wrap because tap water has heavy metals. It's gone through piping. It's disordered. It's denatured. It's got x y and z going wrong with it. It gets the one of the worst wraps. You don't want to go near tap water again first world problem.
01:21:42.35 wildremedies E.
01:21:50.25 Veda Austin But tap water and I'm not talking about drinking it. But I'm talking about what it's taught me tap Water is one of the most responsive waters crystallographically of any of the waters and and I'll tell you why people think how could how is that possible.
01:22:02.31 wildremedies In Trump's name
01:22:08.51 Veda Austin All those heavy metals must be like and all of that kind of like you know horribleness. We must be blocking its circuits and stuff or whatever they think and say but actually um, we're looking at a much more so and studying a much more subtle aspect of water than what most people think. Water is so when I've done studies and and so water I would say and if you just um bear with this term communicates in 3 types of ways most people with my work know my work. Of the art of water I always say art is the heart of water but there are 2 other ways as well as that and when you're beginning this work as I teach people how to do it if I always say invite water to share with you. Whatever it wants. Don't launch into this expecting water to do what you want.
01:22:58.93 wildremedies A.
01:23:01.34 Veda Austin It's not all about you. Water is a spiritual teacher in the sense in that it it knows its boundaries. You know it's like getting to know someone first. Otherwise it's like meeting someone go will you marry me. It's like we don't even know each other.
01:23:16.95 wildremedies Then.
01:23:18.83 Veda Austin You know you get to know the person first at least to some degree you get ah you kind of get a sense for them. So there is this idea that so we have signature patterns anyway, before I go into that other conversation. A signature pattern is an identified pattern. That I see in tap water rainwater spring water um and filtered water. Those are the 3 most defined signature patterns all of these patterns. All of the patterns of water.
01:23:54.15 Veda Austin That form organically as signature patterns stem from the hexagon. So spring water collected within half an hour and frozen within half an hour of collection.
01:24:01.35 wildremedies E.
01:24:11.56 Veda Austin Will form very large hexagonal patterns that I call the Fern Hexagon if you imagine the star shape that's within a hexagon off each leg of the star are ferns and they form a hexagonal shape. The. More vibrant your water is the larger. The hexagon will be sometimes the hexagons can take up the whole dish now as a hexagon degrades the further away from Source. It gets it goes from that hexagon then it turns into a flower shape.
01:24:31.30 wildremedies Q.
01:24:45.10 Veda Austin That flower shape turns into um, a kind of a it slowly makes its way down to a small little dot the other way it can degrade is that the fern leg will come off and then you'll just see a fern. And then that will break its way down to a line so you're left with lines and dots tap water is full of lines and Dots. So It's it's made its way down through these things now variations of that is where you will see the.
01:25:09.49 wildremedies He.
01:25:19.47 Veda Austin The Signature pattern of of filtered water which is a bunch of lines compacted together. So Rainwater. For example, it looks like a fanning pattern like a fan with a curve and and like I said tap water is very disordered So when you know the signature pattern of your water then you know if it's changed. Getting to know the patterns organically of your water is really Important. So We start to build relationship and trust and so with tap water you can take tap water you understand and talking Municipal Tap Water forms disordered Patterns. So when you.
01:25:43.69 wildremedies The.
01:25:57.71 Veda Austin Melt the crystallography of that sample and then you hold that melted sample to your heart in a loving intentional way for even 1 minute and refreeze it using the same exact water you'll start to see ferns occurring. Your star might even see little tiny hexagons come back what we're seeing is so important because it's changing structurally but it's not changing chemically so what is it and the only thing that you can really akin that to.
01:26:16.69 wildremedies E.
01:26:27.19 wildremedies Um, he.
01:26:34.11 Veda Austin Or Liken that too is an emotion and what if water is like liquid emotion that we can see and when we talk about emotions what of emotion the only way we can explain it is ah an emotion is by saying I feel sad when xyzd and tears come out of my eyes and I make a sad face I feel angry when x y zd and I look like this when I'm angry but 1 goes and buys angry from the store or buys angry from the or or is happy from the store as a thing. It's not tangible in.
01:26:59.19 wildremedies A.
01:27:10.92 Veda Austin But it's very very real for us. Our emotions are a big part or a huge part of like what makes us human and yet it's not something that we can say oh there is there is happy over there. You know and yet what if water actually has a great deal to do. With emotion and it's not surprising that in our greatest joy when we're laughing and we're laughing or we're crying and we're crying that we're Crying. We're leaking. If even if you look at the way in which people are Conceived. We're conceived Foo Flu fluids.
01:27:30.24 wildremedies Now.
01:27:40.59 wildremedies He he.
01:27:49.49 Veda Austin And then we and then we gestate in a fluid sack I have always thought that ancestral information is shared through the amniotic fluid and and so we have all of that going on. But we look in the mirror with our fourth phase water eyes and we see ourselves as so solid when I teach in skulls I always say to the young children if your skin was invisible and your organs were see-through what would you look like and how would you recognize your parents and it always comes back to. We would look like streams and tributaries and waterfalls. 1 boy said he looked like a brain-shaped cloud with electrical rain shining down through his body and the shape of a human like my god that was amazing. But what? yeah and 1 girl said well I'd always know my mummy because of the way she feels.
01:28:35.35 wildremedies Profound. Ah.
01:28:42.67 Veda Austin Back into that sense of feeling So when we think that we can you know? So anyway this is kind of then um I've moved on to doing so much crystallography with faces. So I saw that water really loves to design an imagery.
01:28:45.40 wildremedies Um, a in.
01:29:02.51 Veda Austin So I would use photographs of people to see if it was able to be interested in their features and designed them and now.
01:29:08.72 wildremedies And we're good doing that So you're basically like just to explain the process to people like. So do you, you sit down a photo or say like you write down a word or something like that and then you put the petri dish with the water on top of it correct. Okay.
01:29:16.68 Veda Austin You heard.
01:29:25.99 Veda Austin That's right for 30 seconds and then remove and then using my short term method of crystallography and so and then photograph and I always take a back to help photo and then ah ah 1 slightly zoomedin photograph.
01:29:28.60 wildremedies Cape when.
01:29:41.80 Veda Austin And and you take them as quick as you can because unlike emoto's work who was in a cold room I'm I'm in my kitchen so you can take maximum maybe 3 or 4 photos maximum. Um before the water starts to melt or the ice starts to melt. So it's in real time. So I can't.
01:29:58.80 wildremedies Um, you hang.
01:30:01.49 Veda Austin Take hundreds of photos and choose the best one I can only take what I can take so I've ah identified that water can easily identify the features of different people and I share that I'm actually writing my new book and so I have the thousands and.
01:30:02.11 wildremedies Yeah, right.
01:30:21.25 Veda Austin Thousands of images that I'm sharing. Um and it's quite fun for me to do it because to put it all in 1 place. You can't even for the very very skeptical and of course naturally people can be that way because it seems crazy. Well, how can water. Really respond in these artistic ways and identify us and through imagery how is that possible so I have a quantum physicist who's explaining some of this and and getting into some of of the deeper science. Because I'm not a traditional scientist I'm a researcher right? So I share what I see it's up to science help me figure out what's happening and so um, so that's been extremely helpful because water on its liquid stage is updating. Its information every trillionth trillions of a second.
01:30:56.81 wildremedies Him.
01:31:13.83 Veda Austin So some of the people that were very skeptical of emoto's work and this idea of waters having memory quite rightly will say what? but water's in molecular chaos. Hell it's not in the slightest but interested in you, you're a bleep on its radar. What do you mean? water memory right. And then you and then after speaking to my friend Dave from the quantum physics perspective I asked him that question and he gave me an answer that was so helpful. He said you know there's a really big difference between molecular chaos and molecular excitement. He said molecular excitement. Is a very different behavior than chaos when something's excited about something. There's something. It's excited about and conscious expression is all about light and photons. So I'm going to share a couple of things and I know for my work pictures speak a thousand words. So but.
01:32:05.84 wildremedies Yeah, and.
01:32:08.79 Veda Austin Seeing the work you kind of get why I'm so enthusiastic and why other people are really interested in the work because firstly 40000 photos is not a small amount even a hundred photos is a lot so that amount of photographs of of water behaving in this way is hard to not see.
01:32:19.52 wildremedies He.
01:32:28.65 Veda Austin As a consistent thing. But then you start looking into some the Quantum aspects and which is really quite interesting and you start kind of looking at ideas of Photon transfer the idea of transference via photons. So Photon is an aspect of light essentially water holds lots of photons and so water has a light source I was once talking to someone who said that they could speak to bees and she said that she would watch the bees. Around their hives for long periods of time and eventually a bee communicated to her and said we don't mind you looking at our hive but please don't look at it for so long because your conscious expression is putting too much light in the hive and we like it to be darker and I'm like oh.
01:33:21.82 wildremedies Wow.
01:33:26.66 Veda Austin So where you put your conscious expression is also where you put your light now. 1 of the wonderful things that I've observed every now and then at the perfect time in the freezer is that as water is just beginning to freeze. It's.
01:33:28.84 wildremedies This is.
01:33:43.80 Veda Austin Just sent out a little thing that looks like a spear of an icicle.. There is a light source that comes out of that icicle that looks like a Halo and I've photographed it several times Now. So. I Think it is actually light that paves the way for the design of the imagery that I see in my work and if our conscious expression is affecting the way The photons are.
01:34:05.79 wildremedies He.
01:34:18.67 Veda Austin Exciting the photons in the water and giving it more light. This is an interesting feature when fourth base water absorbs more light I mentioned it a few times now we have this interesting exchange of information. But then then again, you know you're looking at a spiritual aspect of water. So when we look at the tap wood and we see that the tap water improves and I've seen that multiple times I've also seen similar to Luke Montenur's work about Dna teleportation which is like that's crazy amazing and he won a nobel peace prize for. Discovering aid. So here's a very serious scientist and he discovered that if you put 2 kind of test tubes of water side by side one with only water one with the Dna sequence of Dna and you put them side by side in radiant light with a low for hertz. Frequency for a 12 hours I think or something or overnight then you take away the one that's got the Dna sequence and you and put a precursor to Dna. Basically it sees if there's any Dna in the water he discovered that there was so sequence of Dna that matched the other one in the water. That had nothing in it before that's why they call it Dna teleportation and that was repeated now. Sadly he passed away in the last year but I was I was the last speaker at the.
01:35:36.16 wildremedies Um, what.
01:35:41.65 wildremedies E.
01:35:47.33 Veda Austin Banquet at the annual water conference where I actually got to meet Luke back in 2019 and he is a very and all of the scientists that work in this field of water. The water scientists they have to bust their butts to really cover their their whole. Scientific procedures because there's it's so hard for them to be taken seriously world at large just thinks water is what is water.
01:36:09.63 wildremedies A. Yeah, Well I mean society as it is now you know and indigenous cultures were much more respectful to to water and you know from what I've learned it was revered as you know, almost like. Ah person like you're you're communicating with with the waters right? yeah.
01:36:35.48 Veda Austin While my in New Zealand we were the first country in the world to give the rights of personhood to a river the fun maori tribe for many years pushed the government to try to give.
01:36:43.34 wildremedies Really.
01:36:52.44 Veda Austin Them the opportunity to care for their River Um, there is a saying that the health of the River reflects the health of the people what they saw was that the belly of the River was being scraped to take the gravel away the mouth of the River was being fed effluence and the head.
01:36:53.95 wildremedies A new.
01:37:12.30 Veda Austin Waters were being diverted to them the head of the body is the most sacred so for them that was aquatic decapitation and they were so upset that they that that New Zealand government was able to finally give it rights of personhood. So now that tribe cares for that.
01:37:12.47 wildremedies In.
01:37:30.32 wildremedies And.
01:37:31.61 Veda Austin River and that led on to the river ganges and the river yamuna in India being given the rights of personhood. But I think it's very difficult to to to care for it in the same way that we do in New Zealand because it's it's such a huge population and so many people go to bathe and.
01:37:37.95 wildremedies To come.
01:37:50.95 Veda Austin Worship there. So so you're right in that sense. But also my friend Kalani Susa a hawaiian elder that I just adore he says water is a relative. It's not a resource and I say water is a resource. It was ah a source not a resource so it's it's sort of we're all sort of saying this.
01:38:00.80 wildremedies Evening.
01:38:10.53 Veda Austin Same thing in old English in the old times before Romans discovered plumbing water wasn't called water. It was called the the waters it was considered this divine body of water that was actually holy.
01:38:20.10 wildremedies Be he.
01:38:28.56 Veda Austin When we started to see waste being water taking waste away. There was a visual world change in the way we perceived water plumbing made us realize that water was suddenly. Taking waste away. It can't be as holy as we used to think it was and so it got degraded to being called water and then now ah you know we call it h 2 o but where waters or the waters are still talked about as.
01:38:47.97 wildremedies Um, he.
01:39:01.41 Veda Austin We say her water's broke. It's still termed with sacred water as in the Amne fluid of the um for the baby. So you know it's It's interesting where you start looking into the history and the degregation of the way that we've seen water.
01:39:04.58 wildremedies In the.
01:39:18.70 wildremedies Yeah.
01:39:20.77 Veda Austin And I think there's a renaissance happening gratefully where people are starting to really see that that there's so much more we can do so by 1 of the things I love being able to do with this work and with the tap water is kind of giving tap water its dignity back. So so one of the things that that I see about that is that in the these there are certain words in maori one of them is moldy it means life force energy right? The more life force energy. You have the more mana or spiritual presence can enter. So.
01:39:56.22 wildremedies E.
01:39:59.78 Veda Austin So what we're seeing is an energetic state of Health in our in the crystallography that we're where we're looking at. We're not. It's not just about whether this water is safe to drink or you know we're not looking at it from that perspective. What we're actually seeing is a communion with the spirit of water.
01:40:16.19 wildremedies Down.
01:40:19.42 Veda Austin And and that has a lot more to do with us as living beings than we realize yet.
01:40:25.52 wildremedies Yeah, absolutely I mean last the podcast episode that I just released yesterday was all about my journey into learning how to communicate with plants all right? and. It's It's the same energy really right? and the natural world is full of life and full of consciousness and we've been disconnected from that for a long time. But. I Think people are starting to to realize that there's something there and the work that you're doing I think water chose you right to be able to. Give this message to people because this is something that people can do at home right? like you teach people How to do this water freezing technique at home and you can start having a relationship with water.
01:41:21.67 Veda Austin Um, yeah for the last few months I've been only mostly sharing other people's work I think it's significant that we see that other people can get same the same type of images and same like responses.
01:41:27.50 wildremedies Cool.
01:41:33.70 wildremedies To him.
01:41:37.98 Veda Austin The third way that water communicates is through hydrolyphs and we've been talking a long time. So I'll touch over that really Craig but a hydoglyph is a symbol in ice that has 1 or more energetic meanings that I've discovered by writing a word putting my petri dish of water on top of the word water reads. Doesn't read words it absorbs the energy of words and crystallizes into the energy of a word and if I've seen that same symbol appear using the same word at least 50 times then I have one hydroglyph but I want to know its layer of meaning.
01:42:10.77 wildremedies He.
01:42:16.13 Veda Austin That means that I'll see the same symbol with a different word and I know oh that's its layer of meaning it's taken me nearly four and a half nearly five years and I only have forty hydroglyphs as well as some of their layers of meaning because it takes so long but it is.
01:42:31.26 wildremedies Um, you.
01:42:32.55 Veda Austin Wildly significant because water doesn't normally repeat do these kind of repetitions and I think it's must be just like a really really kind teacher that's like teaching someone music you have to listen to over and over and oh especially with the Violin and so and.
01:42:46.79 wildremedies Mean.
01:42:50.73 Veda Austin And and yet the teacher has to be like yes, no here we go here. We go here. We go, you'll get it in the end. So by 50 times seems to be when water says no, you've got it now. Okay, this is the amount of times that I'm going to do this for you? Um, but I have a team working around the world that have also identified these glyphs. Using different words sometimes not different words I mean in different languages so in Hindi or in ah or in like Russian or something and we'll use write that word one man for the word Creation. It's a very beautiful wave-like Pattern It's very identifiable. So he was playing a chant which was all about creation and he saw the creation Glyph It's and it's what I mean we start to see things where they're very relative to the word but I discovered them from um, looking at ah music because a Moto's work is very contrasting. It is.
01:43:31.77 wildremedies And then.
01:43:46.11 wildremedies In and right.
01:43:49.60 Veda Austin Every metal like versus classic music right? or love versus hate. But my son came to me once and he said I would I must hate me because he'd seen emodo's work I'm like why and he said because well I don't mean like classical music and I don't. Really like heavy metal. He said but I like rap and I like tupak and Tupac squares and so obviously what it must hate me I'm like oh my god no water is not in judgment. That's one of dangers of the contrasts if you can't for children if they can't find something to identify was they often I did assume the worst.
01:44:13.29 wildremedies In.
01:44:25.25 Veda Austin And so I did so many different genres of music to show that what water would do and after doing that I realized that water seems to love to pick up on a word of a song and design something relative to the word. So when I did stairway to heaven I kept seeing the stairway and when I repeated I saw the stairway again and then I'm like yeah.
01:44:41.34 wildremedies My father on.
01:44:45.20 Veda Austin Let me write the word and see if that happens and then that the stairway happened again and again and again. So you know all my work has happened organically and out of curiosity. But at the same time it's it's.
01:44:50.54 wildremedies In.
01:45:01.37 wildremedies It is absolutely.
01:45:02.00 Veda Austin Very significant. Well that's um, my humble opinion. That's what I think because I'm working with water like that. The point is is that this isn't my work. This is the work walkoma medium really for it to share and we've developed.
01:45:11.39 wildremedies Are you.
01:45:18.42 Veda Austin This relationship So it's kind of a co-creation. But I mean I couldn't do it without water.
01:45:24.75 wildremedies It's so cool like 1 thing that my mind keeps going to is homeopathy. It's something that I've been working with personally lately and I had someone on the podcast Dr Lisa Strabach and um.
01:45:27.93 Veda Austin Are.
01:45:39.94 wildremedies You know she was explaining the concept of like paper remedies. So like writing down the name of some type of medicine and then putting you know the the water on on top of it and then being able to consume that and actually have a medicinal benefit from it. And there's still so much that people don't understand about homeopathy and why it works but it is working for a lot of people and I think all of these things are starting to you know, reveal themselves to us and we're just kind of piecing it all together. But it's a completely different paradigm than what. You know we've we've known for you know Millennia at this point. Yeah.
01:46:19.87 Veda Austin Well in a similar vein. We've discovered that when you eat the ice of the crystallography after learning the technique after using a word, the water remember it's taken on and gone in form So inform is an interesting word because it's.
01:46:37.80 wildremedies And.
01:46:37.89 Veda Austin Information formed into the energy of that word. So if you write the word rest and you're having insomnia and then you eat the ice afterwards. It takes for something quite serious. It seems to take about ah ten days Ah week to ten days of like just eating the ice where people have started to see significant improvements. 1 lady was vaccine injured I did a live with her Rachel um, that's on my Instagram and she has been using this ice eating protocol that I that to children.
01:47:01.10 wildremedies Smith.
01:47:14.30 Veda Austin Taught me actually my children started eating ice and they were like why I said why are you doing that because they said it's good for Them. There's a whole story about that. But I know we're running out of time a little but the the essence of this is that um. She used it as a protocol every single day she would write a word. The word will come out of the well of knowledge within you. It might not even have anything to do or seem like it has anything to do with what is going on for you but you have to trust that your intuition knows exactly what you need to write so write the word.
01:47:43.17 wildremedies In.
01:47:46.98 Veda Austin Always eat the ice afterwards and she kept all her words so she started with the word connection and used that for about a month and then as she started to heal. She started to shift and change her words and now and her vaccine injury was so bad she couldn't even walk. I didn't know it was as bad as it was anyway now she's got a clean bill of health. She's nothing wrong with her and she puts it down to various different forms of movement as well as the protocol of this eating the ice now. What are you eating.
01:48:05.54 wildremedies Um, in.
01:48:22.80 Veda Austin Ah, similar way you were talking about homeeopathy which is the kind of spirit of the plant. So people say to me. Well how come it is that um the more diluted ah ah, homeopaththic remedy excuse me remedy is that it's more potent like how does that work is is less and mess of the thing.
01:48:36.60 wildremedies And then yeah.
01:48:41.74 Veda Austin But that's because it's becoming more and more and more in spirit. Someone said to me that death is kind of like taking off an uncomfortable shoe and it's this this idea that the more towards spirit we become the vaster we get and so in my art in my.
01:48:48.91 wildremedies Ah, long last.
01:48:57.36 wildremedies Um, in here.
01:49:01.45 Veda Austin Area of research I would suggest that that's very real. Um, so um, you know and in in this area. We're talking about I think that there there's There's a lot to be said anyway for.
01:49:04.86 wildremedies A.
01:49:20.17 Veda Austin Studying these subtle energies because when you're eating ice. Not only is it in its most clean, fourth phase stage in this first phrase and it's formed into a very specific form for you. It's all about relationship remember and.
01:49:35.30 wildremedies He.
01:49:38.40 Veda Austin And then you know and then you start hearing more and more and more I mean it's been only a year that I've shared about this ice this eating crystallography but the amount of people that have tried it and come back to me and said Wow I mean I've it's got rid of my headache immediately. It's got this and that and the other thing there's been no clinical trials.
01:49:52.88 wildremedies The.
01:49:58.11 Veda Austin This has not been I don't even know if it would be taken seriously within any area other than people that were very open to a more holistic view. However, it doesn't really matter because you've got nothing to lose you have nothing to lose to to try it.
01:49:59.99 wildremedies In Africa.
01:50:10.33 wildremedies You hear.
01:50:16.18 Veda Austin And lots of people have found that it's extremely helpful for them and if you already understand the concepts of homeopathy then this will be something that you understand I only use this method if I am really feeling that I need something extra I like to drink water. Um.
01:50:25.45 wildremedies Um, he.
01:50:34.67 Veda Austin For 2 reasons obviously to hydrate me for all these functional reasons but the more water I drink the more relationship by form with it. So no matter what kind of water you drink whether it's the best water in the world or it's best. You can get right out our terminology of that.
01:50:41.13 wildremedies E.
01:50:54.10 Veda Austin Then it's going to work or help heal you in direct relationship to how you receive it. You are the welcoming committee your Saliva carries.
01:51:08.28 wildremedies And.
01:51:13.70 Veda Austin The information in the resonance of the last word or sentence you spoke when I've done studies I've done studies on so many different fluids including bodily fluids and when we've studied saliva we even see imagery relative to the last word in the frozen saliva so by observing that we need to remember. If we are a body of water. What is the first liquid that the water we're drinking or the food we're eating is going to come in touch with that is going to be our saliva we understand the power of saliva when we are interested in someone. If we're on the fence about somebody and we're like I kind of like you seem really nice and you know ah butdada that first kiss is going to tell you whether you actually really attracted to them whether that spark is there. It's going to give you biological.
01:52:05.88 Veda Austin Information based on all of these different subtle aspects that you can't explain but you just feel that's because the saliva is sharing information between the both of you and that includes as to how biologically um, kind of compatible. You are. All different kinds of stuff is going on just in that first Kiss so imagine what's happening when we're more intimate and we take things more further and my daughter's there so we will leave it there. But um I do get into that because I think it's very insignificant conscious. Um.
01:52:37.13 wildremedies A.
01:52:43.76 Veda Austin Creating with the partner who is another body of water who is a life force energy and when there is conscious kind of connection between the 2 when you start studying the power of um, spinal fluid which is 99% water and Dr Malrose epipodera who's amazing guy I I fortunate to know him and he was on one of my master classes. He's a harvard doctor. He is literally saying that the spinal fluid is the portal to cosmic consciousness. And then you imagine and you think about that and you think about the way in which we intertwine and we share information the way babies are conceived through fluids. It is really remarkable because everything that is alive has become alive through water.
01:53:26.45 wildremedies Um.
01:53:35.21 wildremedies That's fascinating well in that concept too. Um with kundalini right? The rising of the Kundini and yeah, who yeah.
01:53:40.30 Veda Austin Yeah, exactly that's that that's where I'm leading into that and because that's a very real thing and so you know we we kind of like look into all of these areas and then we think about communication with you know you were talking about plants.
01:53:49.64 wildremedies And.
01:54:00.27 Veda Austin Well obviously the plasma in the plants is the communication system. That's the water even down to and I know this is kind of funny. But um, there was there's I can't remember the name of the movie but there's some movie where Aquaman and Batman are having a conversation and batman.
01:54:03.30 wildremedies And.
01:54:19.80 Veda Austin Jokingly or somehow is saying to aquaman. You know? oh so I hear you talk to fish and Aquaman says no the water talks to the fish and so it's this idea that water is the communicator.
01:54:25.87 wildremedies He.
01:54:37.29 Veda Austin Through all life including plants including trees I have a friend called Gary Cook who's quite well known in New Zealand and he has this machine where he can read the songs the sounds of plants and the sounds even of water inside water.
01:54:55.90 wildremedies Um, and again.
01:54:56.87 Veda Austin And so he was talking to me and saying that um when there are certain whales that come through New Zealand and on their way migrating and he says their whale song. Can travel so far through the ocean but what we don't realize quite often is that it travels across land and it crosses over the beaches and into the forests because in New Zealand we're an island so there's near never far from a beach or a forest and so in the old days there. There were many more whales. Used to come and they would call and that call was heard by the coldie tree which is one of our sacred native New Zealand trees the coldy tree would reply so he's gone and he's got the sound of the coldie tree. And he's going out on a boat to put the sound thing down into the ocean to see if it will attract the whales to come back.
01:55:57.51 wildremedies Oh my gosh that is so beautiful. Ah Wow Oh my gosh. Well my mind is blown on so many levels. Thank you so much for sharing.
01:55:59.68 Veda Austin Um, yeah, yeah.
01:56:10.71 Veda Austin Yeah I So welcome.
01:56:15.90 wildremedies Well I mean and I think what everybody who has been listening to this podcast is wondering is where where can they get this healing water.
01:56:26.74 Veda Austin Oh well actually the good news is that um on my Instagram and Facebook I've just posted the email for um, another source. So the guy that I used to get the water from was kind of a he's quite an older man. He sold the property and then I wasn't having any access to it anymore. Um, but have a mile and a half or so up so up the road from there and the aquifer is huge. There's a friend of mine roz. Um, who ah, who has the authority to get get give the water or sell the water and get it.
01:57:00.16 wildremedies And hit.
01:57:03.70 Veda Austin And so he's a gorgeous property. He loves my work he loves He loves the water so much and his children Everybody loves the water right? and they talk about it all the time and so he it's ah he thinks he said it's like he's your organic water farmer he said and um and so ah.
01:57:06.23 wildremedies Calm.
01:57:16.97 wildremedies Ah.
01:57:20.40 Veda Austin Ph of his waters changed slightly because it's a little bit further away again same aquifer so instead of being 9.9 his is 9.6 but he he guarantees 9.5 it can change seasonally by 1 so um. It it still has all these beautiful properties. It's it's same water just from a slight just slightly further up and it's the same. So um.
01:57:41.80 wildremedies She.
01:57:47.35 Veda Austin Yeah, you can I've probably got to add it onto my website too. Although he says I speak is speaking to me today because he wasn't expecting to be so flooded with people wanting to get the water. Um, so I can share that email with you if you want there's no problem and people can reach out to him. So.
01:57:53.79 wildremedies I bet.
01:58:06.82 wildremedies Cool that would be amazing and I mean and if people you know, maybe don't have the time of the resources or whatever to to order the water I know for myself A really great resource. So I collect my own spring water. Um.
01:58:07.28 Veda Austin 4 yeah 1
01:58:20.95 Veda Austin Perfect.
01:58:23.74 wildremedies Yeah, and then I run it through and I don't even think I need to do this but I ended up getting a burkee filter. Um, and so I put the water through there and actually I would love your opinion on it because to get to the spring. You know it's like a 20 minute drive or so each way so I take a couple of large containers and.
01:58:43.52 wildremedies Really hate using plastic. But I've tried to use big glass Jugs before and it was such a nightmare because they were so heavy and slippery and I ended up breaking one by like the sacred water place and I felt so horrible I was just like I'm so sorry I'm so sorry and I'm like cleaning up all the glass and stuff and I was just like this is not good.
01:58:45.92 Veda Austin Yes.
01:58:54.76 Veda Austin Are are.
01:59:01.99 wildremedies So been using these you know bpa-free water containers. Um, but I only go like every two or three weeks like I try to take enough water with me because it's a bit of an excursion and I've been reading some of your posts and you're like water shouldn't be still.
01:59:03.68 Veda Austin Um, yeah.
01:59:15.35 wildremedies Right? And it should be in like these blue glass like there's other things that you can do that water seems to like better.
01:59:17.84 Veda Austin Okay, nice. There are nice things you can do and I mean we we can only do what we can do your intention can make a massive difference as to the water's state of Health we've seen.
01:59:25.41 wildremedies Yeah.
01:59:31.71 wildremedies And hit.
01:59:34.80 Veda Austin And even tap water can start to look like spring water through your conscious intention and observation of it. We're looking at very subtle aspects here and so um, what we do and and you're right? It is extremely heavy and and and so um.
01:59:36.35 wildremedies Simple.
01:59:54.60 Veda Austin Ah, lady recently just sent me this quite telling um crystallography that she'd learnt my technique and so she picked up some water and she collected it in ah in what she had which was a plastic container and it was this beautiful stream water. And in London so she was want to do the crystallography not London's sorry in the english countryside and it was near like a sacred site and she thought oh it's going to go gorgeous and and but she was worried that she collected it in plastic. And so the the crystallography looked a little bit disordered and so she she decanted it into a glass container and then she did the crystallography for that and it actually looked remarkably better. So what we do if we don't because.
02:00:35.86 wildremedies He.
02:00:42.39 Veda Austin We don't all have access to giant glass containers and it isn't always practical and you're great at your right? if you can go and collect your spring water. It is the best you're forming a relationship with the actual place where the water's coming from that's ideal. You can go to find a spring and find it where a spring is close to you and water built.
02:00:55.47 wildremedies Um, a.
02:01:00.20 wildremedies It's such a great sight. Yeah.
02:01:02.90 Veda Austin Yeah, water's been filtered through the Earth. We often worry about that but water's gone through so much filtration already going through the earth once it comes up as a spring. Um, so where I was kind of going with that I think is that um, where. There is I'm just trying to regrate grab my train of thought again what was where was I going with that. Can you remind me? Oh yeah, yeah, so so yeah so if you we tend to get large containers of water and then deccanter it into. Um.
02:01:25.29 wildremedies And just about water sitting in the plastic and yeah.
02:01:39.91 wildremedies Okay.
02:01:40.83 Veda Austin Hourglass units and the main thing is with spring water. It's living water. We might call it not not the water dice. But this idea that water has just come out of a spring. So. It's very New. It's already beautiful in its crystallography, but it's very sensitive to light. So when you go to a store and you buy spring water and you come Back. You do crystallography and you wonder why doesn't it look like the spring water from your pictures and the reason is Because. Any water that's been collected and put into a glass clear glass or plastic bottle means that it's affected by the unnatural artificial light and that impacts it quite greatly structurally and so by putting it into a dark cool space. Well.
02:02:31.68 wildremedies Oh good.
02:02:31.97 Veda Austin Be a very helpful thing. Another really really helpful tip that I'll give you is that I spent a lot of time in India and out in the villages and um I went out there and I saw 3 women doing something interesting. 2 of them were holding a silk sari one was pumping water from a big old pump and it was going the water was filtering through the sari into a bucket when I asked what they were doing. They said that the filtering water through silk helps to purify the water.
02:03:00.13 wildremedies Here.
02:03:09.54 Veda Austin But when you drink it. It helps to purify the heart and I found that really interesting because Dr Jerry Pollock talks about how the exclusion zone or fourth phase of water expands even sitting near silk. So what I suggest to people if they're handy.
02:03:10.69 wildremedies In.
02:03:23.89 wildremedies Are.
02:03:28.26 Veda Austin Is to get a recycled silk Sari or something and make a bag to cover your water bottle in so firstly, that's going to keep it dark but it's also going to give it that extra help that fourth phase help by being near. The silk so silk and a glass bottle. The the glass is Silica It's going to help water store information for longer. The silk is going to help to um maintain its integrity. The point though is to drink it all the water as fast as you can. You don't you don't want it sitting there for ages and ages.
02:04:02.90 wildremedies Um, okay.
02:04:05.76 Veda Austin So by doing it every two weeks your water is still going to be beautiful. So I think we think too much about that. That's problem we think oh my god it's going to look terrible but that's where we forget if we.
02:04:08.11 wildremedies Oh good. Yeah.
02:04:24.90 Veda Austin Say something beautiful about the water. It's going to reflect us. You know when we drink it that that word is so potent you look biblically I am about to do a master class in June over three days June Third fourth and fifth
02:04:30.89 wildremedies Um, me.
02:04:42.99 Veda Austin Topic is what different religions cultures and ancient texts can teach us about water I Can honestly say it is going to be the most important and significant master class I might ever do and and it isn't teaching people about how to do crystallography because I teach that in the.
02:04:54.40 wildremedies A.
02:05:02.10 Veda Austin But goodness workshops I have over 20 people from around the world speaking about the significance of water within their culture or their religion. It's the only time one of the only times we can get all the world religions and cultures altogether agreeing and. Sharing about this truth that is water water is mentioned more times than love in the bible. But what's interesting is that when you look at the bible. For example, it says there was the word. So This word is super important.
02:05:21.23 wildremedies A.
02:05:38.10 Veda Austin And then God spoke upon or hovered over the face of the deep Border Waters. So water was there and it had a face and so this is really interesting when we start diving into this because I think if we actually want to understand about water. And we and understand what it is this Crystallographic method is showing then the real direction to to go is is is by learning about the spiritual aspect of water if we don't know that we're only ever going to know. A certain amount of science a certain amount of biology a certain amount of the practical aspects of water but we're not really going to know water and given that that is what we're made of.
02:06:23.67 wildremedies Hear him.
02:06:28.27 Veda Austin And the whole entire living world cannot live without water and the fact that we don't even really know where it came from I think it's very very important that we look in this direction. Are.
02:06:41.32 wildremedies Amen Sister I agree and with everything right like I'm I'm a pisy's moon. So I look at everything with a spiritual lens and I'm quite tied to water piicy being placey's being a. Ah, water symbol and I go to my my healing happens in water you know I always joke that I have my breakdowns in the bathtub that allows me to release just getting in the water for for some reason but well for obviously many reasons. But yeah I think um.
02:07:04.22 Veda Austin What.
02:07:14.66 wildremedies Ah, we're just such an we're at such an exciting time right now with all of this information coming to us and thank you so much for all of your amazing research in this work. It's just so exciting.
02:07:26.49 Veda Austin You're very very welcome.
02:07:28.10 wildremedies Ah, okay, well we are at the end of our time. How can people get in touch with you to learn more more more about the techniques your master classes. All of the your Instagram everybody needs to go and look at Fata's Instagram right now in these pictures. They're so phenomenal.
02:07:43.15 Veda Austin Thank you? Um? yep, my website is my name vedderauustin.com and my insta is vada Austin underscore water and um. On Facebook it's fader Austin Atwater researcher so those are the 3 ways that people can contact me and masterclass is if you if you want to learn the technique through a beginner's workshop. Um, there's and the workshops tab. So that's the same place you can sign up for the masterclass. And then you can also just get the pdf of like teaching how the technique and you can also get my list of hydroglyphs there and you can get a bundle which includes my study on dreams whereby I basically put a petri dish of water beside my bed with the intention to pick up some part of my dream. And then when I would wake up in the morning and knew I dreamt trying to grab onto the dream and forgotten it I would freeze it and the imagery in the ice was so incredibly clear that it would remind me and jog my entire memory of the dream.
02:08:37.20 wildremedies Um, yes.
02:08:49.78 Veda Austin And so I did a study on about there's about 20 dreams that I've talked about the dream and and so you can see that and so what that's saying is that water somehow has traveled through the dream time and how is that possible so in the bundle that's included in that as well as my study on. Marriage of salt and water or the synergy of salt and water and so um, there's lots of information there I share every day on um, on both platforms of social media. Just so people can see. It's not random and because from what I've heard. Some of the some some of the rare good news out there for people. It's like a nice little good news platform for people to see something really intriguing and new and kind of magical and Arthur C Clark is that magic is only science. We don't understand yet. So.
02:09:39.95 wildremedies Absolutely amazing. Well everybody listening I Hope you learn so much and you connect with Vta to learn some real life magic. It's so beautiful and thank you so much.
02:09:43.75 Veda Austin Yeah.
02:09:56.56 Veda Austin You're very welcome. Thank you.