Karakia Beginners 1. E ai ki Te Rangi Hīroa ko te whakahaerenga tikanga the form of conducting the whole rite relating to one subject and it may include various ceremonial acts in addition to the chanting of appropriate karakia ko te whakahaerenga katoa mō tētahi kaupapa kotahi tae atu ki ngā tikanga me ngā karakia hāngai katoa.
Open a Meeting karakia timatanga 2.
Tikanga karakia. If an individual or their whanau wish to perform a karakia time should be made and the process never rushed. Open a meeting karakia timatanga 2. As part of the tikanga of Waka Ama karakia prayer is recited before we engage with activities on the water.
Offer and facilitate Karakia before and after surgery and other interventions especially in acute or potentially distressing situations. It outlines traditional principles of tikanga and recommends ways to encompass Māori values and beliefs into frontline service delivery. Sharing of kai Whakawhanaungatanga.
Encourage rangatahi to do the right thing by providing them with the essential information. This page summarises the West Coast DHB Tikanga Recommended Best Practice Guidelines policy. The protocols witnessed on marae throughout Taranaki today have largely been influenced by the Parihaka prophets Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kākahi.
Te tuku whakamoemiti me te whakawhetai ki te Atua mo ona manaakitanga ki tatou. Te inoi ki te Atua hei Manaaki i nga koroua nga kuia me nga kaimahi o te marae. The placing into practice that which is correct.
Explain rules boundaries and consequences. The tikanga around harvesting harakeke is grounded in common sense and protects the welfare of both the harvester and the harakeke plant itself. We would see rangatahi operating within the confines of the rules.
This document is not for all tribal affiliations and some iwi may have differing protocols. Close a Meeting karakia whakamutunga 3. Close a meeting karakia whakamutunga 3.
Korero celebrate achievements in the. Anei ētahi tikanga o te karakia. Karakia are integral to most formal proceedings as they provide the spiritual basis.
Reward adherence to tikanga. Much of the tikanga practiced on marae today has remained unchanged over the years. In the karakia acknowledgement of our ancestors.
The harakeke fibre was used for ropes fishing lines and net making. A tangi can be a tiring experience on the first day with organising marae whanau and friends. Explain kawa and tikanga practices observed by the whānau pani in relation to kawe hari mate.
Bless Food karakia mō te kai Karakia Intermediate 1. Open a Meeting karakia timatanga 2. Karakia means prayer.
They remind people of the higher. For many Māori individuals karakia is an essential part of protecting and maintaining te taha tinana te taha hinengaro te taha wairua and te taha whanau Physical mental spiritual and family health. The plants nectar was used as a sweetener the dried flower stalks were lashed together to make mokihirafts and the piagum and boiled roots were used for rongoamedicinal purposes.
The patient and whānau are offered karakia during care processes particularly in acute or distressing situations. Close a Meeting karakia whakamutunga 3. Te inoi ki te Atua kia haere tonu ona anaakitanga ki te m whanau kei roto i o ratou pouritanga.
Generally speaking tikanga are Māori customary practices or behaviours. Kindly funded by the JR Mckenzie Trust and filmed by G. IiBooks Below Karakia 8.
Bless Food karakia mō te kai Karakia IntermediateAdvanced 1. A common karakia that is recommended by Te Puni Kōkiri and practiced across of much of government is analysed and its origin discussed in section 3 to highlight possible risks and unintended offence and humiliation that may be caused to some Māori. This standard has expired and is no longer available.
This standard has expired and is no longer available. Karakia are prayers or ritual prose which are recited in most situations where kawa or tikanga are used. Learning Te Reo Māori Tikanga through Karakia Wānanga Kaupapa Körero – Nā PeataResourcesiiBooks PDFiles.
Raiha Gray and Tepene Clark of Rauawaawa Kaumatua Charitable Trust share their explanation of Karakia. Māori say a karakiaprayer when harvesting leaves for use. The concept is derived from the Māori word tika which means right or correct so in Māori terms to act in accordance with tikanga is to behave in a way that is culturally proper or appropriate.
Demonstrate knowledge of tikanga and kawa karakia. Karakia often pay respect to Tangaroa god of the sea or to kaitiaki guardians of the waterways. Wairuatanga and Kaitiakitanga is evident in all Barnardos processes meetings and events through karakia and whakatauākī Karakia and Inoi are used to set the tone for a successful event and to ensure a positive outcome.