Mihirangi PPV: Deadline Extended & What People Are Saying!

Mihirangi PPV – What People Are Saying

Due to popular demand, the Mihirangi PPV show is now extended through December 31, 2013!


We’re happy to share with you how recent Mihirangi view parties around the country and world have brought together apprentices and seekers in community to listen to Mihirangi’s Maori teachings and special music as a part of our path’s first 8 Great Powers event.

In the PPV, watch part of a “Powhiri” (formal welcoming ceremony) from the Maori tradition, including “Whaikorero” (the formal speeches of the men), “Waiata” (songs), the laying of the “Koha” (gifting) and Hongi (sharing of breath) shared with Mihirangi, Batty ThunderBear and others.

First Creation Story (including a Maori perspective on the “Big Bang” theory), and its relation to Hongi

Te Kore Moteatea – traditional star genealogy prayer song

Centrality of genealogies in Maori tradition – including genealogies of trees and rocks!

And of course, Mihirangi’s special presentation of her own original looping and acoustic music.

You still have time to watch the PPV in your home before the end of the year deadline! Read on!


Listen to what people are saying:

“What an amazing presentation!! Mihirangi instantly draws you into her culture and her lineage with her warmth and humor. Her music is a magical blend of cultural rhythms and contemporary sound. We found ourselves deeply immersed in the Maori culture through story, song and visuals – some of it very familiar and all of it incredibly unique. Mihirangi is a woman of extraordinary talent!! This show is not to be missed – sign up now – you won’t be disappointed. We intend to show it again next week.”

– Mateo Swan, The Raven Speaks Lightning Lodge

“I watched the Mihirangi concert recently and if you haven’t seen it yet you are missing an amazing opportunity. This concert is the birth of the dream of the sharing of the eight great powers of the Rainbow Powers Center and it is a potent beginning indeed. Mihirangi’s style, as she shares stories about Maori culture and her background, is engaging and fun. Her ancestor calling not only brings the ancestors, but will bring chills up and down your spine.  From the traditional to modern, Mihirangi is an artist of the highest caliber and is a must see for anyone interested in the interface between music and spirituality.”

– John Ardagh, Toronto

Blessings shared from one lineage to another spill into songs sprung from the heart of a passionate woman. This concert came at a most poignant time for all who attended – and similarly will stir the hearts of all who view it from their own home town!”

– Janneke Koole, Phoenix

“Our Mihirangi Evening was a lovely gathering of young and old to visit, break bread, and share in the music and stories of this exceptionally talented young woman. She engaged everyone with her contemporary musical stylings, vignettes, and traditional stories.  Afterwards, a commonly expressed comment was: ‘I had a great time. Let’s do this again!’”

– Clark Fortune, Michigan

Gather friends and family and share, listen and watch now in your own home!  Click here to sign up and view. 

You can sign up and view any time between now and December 31, 2013. The cost is $40 and proceeds go to DTMMS for the continuation and expansion of the Sweet Medicine Sundance Path and our contribution to the collective human evolution.


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