Two young Hula practitioners having fun revealing the hidden and not so hidden world of Mele and oli.
The cool thing about Mele Hawaii is that it can take many forms. In this episode, we take a look at the song Hoʻa by our friends The Vitals 808 on how they promote Aloha ʻāina through their genre of music to awaken the masses.
This week, we tilt into the world of the beautiful act of regeneration via procreation. Our oli kupuna aint got time to be cute or shy, we keep it real as we dive in to the world of oli ma'i with Kauaihamakua. Let us know what you guys think.
I ku mau mau
One of the most commonly heard Oli you will ever hear, I ku mau mau is an oli with humble origins that spurs and ignites the people who hear it to join in and take a stand. Join us as we remember that stand our kupuna took for Mauna Kea 1 year ago.
Mele Helu Po
Memories of small kid time will kick in when you hear this episode, as we remind you of the fund hand chanting game of Helu po where we compete for cousin dominance, but most importantly learn our moonphases! Join us as we talk story about our good old childhood days learning the Mele Helu Po.
Auaia E Kama
Aloha, and welcome back kanaks! The world is going through a time of transition. From one state of being to a new state of being. And often times, this transition is can be scary and unpredictable. But the transition only occurs because it needs to, and transformation is required for things to adapt to environmental changes. This oli, Aua ia E Kama, speaks to that transition, It speaks about Hulihia, or that tumultuous time where things are turning. I hope you all enjoy this episode as we dive deed into this ceremony. It will be one of our most enlightening episodes yet.
In this episode, we will be discussing the dynamic functionality of our native forest. Kaukahalia is a chant that observes the elemental deities that reside in our forest that perform one of the most important environmental processes we all depend on. Check us out as we perform and decipher the true meanings of Kaukahalia.
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mahalo you fakas for utilizing this platform to spread ʻike. finally caught up on the episodes now hurry up and make a new one😂💛🙌🏽
MAHALO MAHALO MAHALO MAHALO!!!!
Mahalo nui iā ʻolua no kēia wahi waihona ʻike! Huuuuu ka hauʻoli o ka naʻau o kēia wahi kanaka! ʻAʻole o kana mai ka mahalo a me ka pīhoihoi iā ʻolua. Mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo mahalo!!! (Inā maopopo, ʻike ʻia 😂😂) ❤️❤️❤️
Mahalo nui for sharing the awesome ‘ike! Love how you folks reveal to us the perspectives, scientific observation and inductive studies that our kūpuna conducted and recorded through ‘oli and mele! Great mana’o and definitely something that should be shared and taught more often to the youth as well as the other kānaka that occupy these islands we call home. Like you folks said, we all have a kuleana whether you like it or not to practice this reciprocal relationship with not only other fellow kānaka, but our resources and cycles that allow us to thrive and continue living! E Ho’omau ‘ia lā!!! 🙏🏽🙌🏽🤙🏽