wairua

wairua

(ˈwɑːiːruːɑː)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) NZ a spirit or soul
[Māori]
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It is not the end of life," said Loise.HANNAH WAIRIMU KARIITHI, 47Hannah's husband Jesse Wairua died in 2015 due to blood pressure problems.
Performing live on stage during the six-nights long celebration are jazz luminaries like the duo Mishka Adams (a Filipina who made a name in London) and Argentinian Betto Calleti (composer, singer, educator); award-winning Israeli composer Daniel Zamir with guitarist Nitzan Bar; New Zealand-based Polish-born pianist and keyboardist Michal Martyniuk; Wairua Collective consisting of top session players from Australia, among others.
Other artists performing are Michael Martyniuk Quartet (Poland, New Zealand), Wairua Collective featuring Damon Grant (New Zealand, Australia), and UK-based Filipino singer Mishka Adams with Beto Caletti (Argentina).
Their approach was based on the Te Whare Tapa Wha model of health, where wairua, whanau and hinengaro (emotions) are weighted equally alongside physical health.
our body goes back to the land, our wairua makes the journey to Cape
Kaaterama is part of a popular Maori pop group, Maimoa Music, which garnered more than 5 million views for their video 'Wairua.'
The new Physiotherapy Practice Thresholds in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand, 2015) explicitly state that "to practise effectively in Aotearoa New Zealand, a physiotherapist therefore needs, in addition to meeting cultural competence, to understand the relevance and be able to demonstrate contemporary application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi / the Treaty of Waitangi's three principles of partnership, participation and protection and incorporate the four cornerstones of Maori health, which are whanau (family health), tinana (physical health), hinengaro (mental health) and wairua (spiritual health)" (p.10).
Vocal works such as "Get You Ready," "Steal Away," "We're Almost Home," "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," and "Benediction" were characteristically Fisk, and complemented traditional Maori pieces such as "Whakarongo E Mea Ma," "Toku Wairua," "E THU, Kua Mai E Koe," and "Tangohia," among many others.
(10) Translated as 'a four-sided house', the model includes four dimensions: taha wairua (spiritual health), taha hinengaro (mental health), taha tinana (physical health) and taha whanau (family health).
While te reo and ceremonial protocols are easily incorporated into face-to-face events, it is perhaps more important to find ways with e-education pedagogy to maintain Maori values that preserve the wairua (spirit) of the Maori student (Ferguson, 2014).