into their daily lives
The Tohunga Suppression Act of 1907 forced it underground, but now it's back and thriving and it's open to Māori and non-Māori alike.
One of the most popular strands is maramataka Māori. It's best known as the Māori lunar calendar and is essentially an environmental calendar.
Individuals and businesses are incorporating it into their daily lives to better connect with their environment and plan ahead for the days that are better suited for certain activities.
Mother of twins Ayla Hoeta is one of many Māori reclaiming the ancestral knowledge of maramataka Māori.
"I am way more present and aware and connected than I have been ever before."
Link to video and article: How people and businesses incorporate maramataka Māori into their daily lives (msn.com)