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Kirimoko – Blood & Bone holder

Kirimoko. The seen face of life, land, space and love. Skin breathing. The breath of our bodies, protection, oxygen, our blood and bone holder. An expression of self, relationships. To stand out or fit in? Ink holder, cells and whakapapa. Skin expressed. Wāhine bleed into her. Pūtoto, bleeding, squirting, seeping through. Skin vibrates, trembles, pounds,Continue reading “Kirimoko – Blood & Bone holder”

Love is you

“I love you” comes from the perspective of “I” personal pronoun. “Love” feeling, gift or action. “You” the other external being – something that is felt between people. When our son was learning to talk we would say “I love you”. He could not quite make the sentence and would say something like “Ioveshyou” andContinue reading “Love is you”

All those being culturally responsive and appropriate please sit down!

In my experience, what works is research and evaluative practices that allow Indigenous issues, concerns, ways of understanding and practice to be placed at the centre. In particular, research should focus on strengthening whānau health and wellbeing that is context-sensitive, promotes social justice and enhances the life circumstances of community. I would like to seeContinue reading “All those being culturally responsive and appropriate please sit down!”

Whakarongo

Whakarongo – Whatumanawa – To listen with our minds eye – logic Whakarongo – Manawa – To listen with our hearts – emotional Whakarongo – Pūmanawa – listen with your puku- intuition  I spoke at Auckland University a few months ago and Im pleased that the word is spreading. Kia Ora Dr Matire Harwood

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