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  • SubGenre:Healing / Energy
  • Language:English
  • Pages:316
  • Paperback ISBN:9780473704575

The Living Language of Water

by Veda Austin

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Hundreds of years ago, water wasn't referred to as water, it was called 'The Waters'. It was considered living and sacred. The term 'Her waters broke', is a distant memory of old knowledge trickling down through the ages, but 'The Living Language of Water' might just open the flood gates again. Using her simple freezing technique, researcher Veda Austin has been showing the world that water is visibly responsive not only to our thoughts and emotions, but to music, frequencies, words, healing, pictures, and even films. For example, an image of a hand appeared in the ice after the thought of a hand was projected into it. Even simple words have manifested into form. Wait until you see what water designed after being exposed to a newspaper clipping regarding her grandmother, who was on a plane that went down over the Bermuda Triangle! With over 1000 photos of detailed imagery, this book is a beautiful interweave of science, art, and consciousness. If a picture speaks a thousand words, then water has a lot to say!

"The Living Language of Water" by Veda Austin is an intriguing exploration of the mysterious and dynamic properties of water. Veda Austin, a water crystallographer, delves into the concept that water can store information, respond to human consciousness, and even communicate in a language of its own.

Key Themes and Concepts:

  1. Water Crystallography: Austin studies the formation of crystals in water, particularly how these structures change in response to different stimuli. This process involves freezing water samples and examining the resulting crystal patterns.

  2. Memory of Water: A significant theme in the book is the hypothesis that water can retain memories of substances it has been in contact with, even after those substances are no longer present. This idea builds on the controversial work of Dr. Masaru Emoto, who claimed that water could be influenced by words, thoughts, and emotions.

  3. Consciousness and Intention: Austin suggests that human consciousness and intention can affect the structure of water. This aligns with the broader field of study known as "intention experiments," where researchers examine the impact of focused human intention on physical systems.

  4. Art and Science: The book combines scientific inquiry with artistic interpretation. Austin's water crystal photographs are presented not just as scientific data but as art, providing a visual representation of the unseen interactions between water and its environment.

  5. Holistic Approach: Austin advocates for a holistic understanding of water, integrating science, spirituality, and environmental consciousness. She emphasizes the sacredness of water and its essential role in life and health.

Potential applications:

  1. Health and Wellness: The ideas presented include the potential benefits of ingesting liquid crystal for health purposes, and the power of positive intention and mindfulness in water consumption.

  2. Environmental Awareness: By highlighting the profound properties of water, the book encourages greater environmental stewardship and conservation efforts.

  3. Scientific Research: Although controversial, the book may inspire further scientific investigation into the properties of water and its interactions with consciousness.


"The Living Language of Water" by Veda Austin is a thought-provoking work that challenges conventional views on water, consciousness, and the nature of reality. Through her innovative approach to water crystallography, Austin invites readers to reconsider the hidden potentials of one of the most vital substances on Earth. Whether viewed through a scientific, artistic, or spiritual lens, the book offers a compelling exploration of the living language of water.

About the author
Veda Austin Veda is a water researcher, public speaker, mother, artist and author. She has dedicated the last 10 years observing and photographing the life of water. She believes that water is fluid intelligence, observing itself through every living organism on the planet and in the Universe. Her primary area of focus is photographing water in its 'state of creation', the space between liquid and ice. It is through her remarkable crystallographic photos that water reveals its awareness of not only creation, but thought and intention through imagery.