Join your host Tracy Duhs as she interviews Veda Austin, a New Zealand water researcher, author, artist, and mother of three. She is of part Maori descent, and her tribe affiliation is Tainui. Her father is a famous Maori fisherman, Bill Hohepa, well known for his TV shows, fishing videos, and Maori fishing calendar. It seems that a passion for all things water runs through the family.
“Water is not just a force, but the architect of all nature.”
In this episode, you will learn how a life-changing accident fueled Veda’s passion and research in the new science of water. Tracy and Veda dive deep into the dramatic healing powers of water and the deep connections between ourselves and water. Stay tuned to learn the secret intelligence of water and how it is the most renewable source on the planet!
[3:22] Co-creating with water. How a life-changing accident fueled her research and passion for water.
[17:00] How you can’t understand water just by looking at it.
[26:00] The theory that water can inform the imprint of objects and people.
[34:05] The qualitative aspects of water.
[39:45] How water has a memory of its original blueprint.
[45:43] The secret intelligence of water.
[55:21] The HUGE differences between alkaline versus ionized water.
[1:03:34] How our songs change with the change of perception.
[1:09:00] Water, the most renewable source on the planet!
“For me, I don’t consider water just a resource, I almost feel like it’s a relative.”
About Veda Austin
Veda works as a water researcher establishing the characteristics of ‘healthy’ water. Her methods go well beyond a typical lab report which mostly provides evidence of what’s IN the water, but reveals no information of the actual Water itself. She says common methods of water analysis are similar to reading a blood test and believing you know everything about that person from the results.
Veda discovered that there are clearly defined recurring patterns in ice that define spring water from tap water and healthy water from sick water. She has recorded hundreds of examples, and her groundbreaking discoveries are fast becoming a hot topic within the new science of water.