#Omens& Symbols . . . The Hongi




The traditional Māori greeting, the hongi is performed by two people pressing their noses together; some include, at the same time, the touching of foreheads. … In the hongi, the ha (breath of life) is exchanged in a symbolic show of unity.









_Text and image source: /_Peggy @ ECUMENICUS
Art: UrbanNesian
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