The ancient philosophies, the purpose and the foundation of this wharenui/website are found within the heart of each
and every one of us.

In a time where our world is experiencing vast change, division and disharmony, it has become normal to see each other through eyes that only see our differences, whether it be nationality, culture,
gender or religion, to name but a few.


The living principles offered through this wharenui/website

are universal and live naturally within the essence of all people.



it is through aroha/love that we return back to this common unity.



In 2015, four New Zealanders started meeting, talking about the history of the Waitaha and the deep connection we felt with this historical aspect of New Zealand. We expressed how we felt a knowing in our bodies, a resonance with a time where people lived in truth and harmony with all things, honouring the natural rhythms and cycles of the universe, humbly allowing this to be a lived way. We felt the truth of the Waitaha people being made up of not just one race but a mix of colours and how each brought a wisdom and knowledge that contributed to a harmonious whole. We felt this had been a lived way by many peoples of the world throughout human history. We also felt the deep grief in our bodies that humanity had wandered so far from living in brotherhood and, as in the case of the Waitaha, had been decimated, sidelined as myth and deleted from our history books.


From our homes in New Zealand and Australia we felt the call, across the seas, a karanga to all races, to return home, back to this once lived true nature.

The song Aroha is this call, to each of us, that we may walk together

once again in true equality.

Our Foundation

All involved in this project and in the development of this website are students of The Way of The Livingness and as such choose to live a way of life founded on the principles of the Ageless Wisdom.

Te Hokianga Ki Te Aroha

'Te Hokianga ki te Aroha’ is a beautiful phrase to understand and to feel. The word ‘hoki’ is ‘to return’, a verb, an action. When ‘anga’ is placed after a verb, it becomes a noun, a thing or place. And so ‘hoki-anga’ is a returning place.

Who are we

We started as individuals discussing our deep connection to Aotearoa, the land and her people, and have become an ever-expanding group of people of the world. We come from all walks of life, and range from teenagers through to elders.

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