Maramataka Journal - for learners


Colour: Rakaunui Maramataka
Price:
Sale price$22.45 AUD

Description

Reclaim the traditional knowledge about the maramataka (Maori Lunar Calendar) and ways in which you can practically apply this knowledge to your everyday life.  Use a daily journal that follows a monthly cycle of the maramataka, where you can begin to record

  • what the moon phases are good for/ not good for
  • what activities you did on these days
  • what observations you made
  • what your energy levels were

    Please note the TE RAKAUNUI Journal is suitable for new learners as it contains the marama (moon) names of Te Whanau a Apanui, and the moon cycle starts from Te Rakaunui (Full Moon). 

    If you know your whanau/hapu/iwi maramataka it maybe more suitable to purchase the WHIRO Journal which does not contain marama names and is able to be customised.  The moon cycle in those journals start from Whiro (New Moon), but the rest of the layout is the same. 


        Features
        The Journal features are; 
        • Measurements A5+ (148mm x 210mm) 
        • Perfect size to carry with you for daily observations.
        • 72 pages x 100 gsm
        • Lined paged within journal sections
        • Soft bound cover to make it last
        The Journal contents are; 
        • Maramataka Definition & User Guide
        • He Tirohanga written by Haami Piripi
        • Daily Marama (using Te Whanau a Apanui maramataka) with phases & name
        • Daily Journal page to record observations
        • Daily "Ihi" Energy scale & monthly Graph to review your energy levels over the 30 days
        • Spaces to track Moon Rise & Set and Tides in colou
        • Oku whakaaro / My Thoughts Page
          Gift one

          Buy one - Give one

          Hokona tetahi maramataka, a, ma matou tetahi e takoha
          For every maramataka journal purchased, we will give the same journal to Nga Kitenga o te Maramataka  to support the work done by Rereata Makiha  and Rikki Solomon with rangatahi (youth) and kura kaupapa around the motu (country).

          You can check out the amazing work they do in schools teaching rangatahi about the maramataka here

           

          User Guide

          Additional Information about the Maramataka

          We have free resources available to assist your understanding of living with the maramataka. You can also check out our Ako/Learn page for details of upcoming workshops about the maramataka

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