Inipi Radio

Lifelong philanthropist and philosopher, Jared Angaza holds a space for evocative discussions on philosophy, science, consciousness, politics, and culture. How do we utilize the wisdom of indigenous cultures, sages, and revolutionaries to forge a path towards peace and unity? The intention of the show is to inspire the audience to live deliberately and to come into alignment with nature, humanity, and Spirit.
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Dec 9, 2016

I was raised in the era of Rage Against the Machine activism. I felt a deep anger for the injustices of the world. I wanted to change it. I wanted to fight for the oppressed. And that led me to having to deal with a lot of rage in my life.

Over the years, I’ve had to explore that rage. Where does it come from? Should I try and squelch it? Should I embrace those feelings? What happens if I do?

If we allow ourselves to feel these emotions and lean into them, how can we ever expect to be happy? How can we be an inspiration for peace if we’re so sad and angry? Can these emotions ever play a positive role in our lives? How do I engage in empathy without dragging myself down and being a source of negative energy?

In this episode, I talk about the resolve of MLK, the beauty of the film Crash and my love of Rage Against the Machine. Let’s dive in!

Dec 2, 2016

This is a heavy subject, and it brings me back to my first involvement with the American Indian Movement over 20 years ago. Unfortunately, the oppression and abuse of these sacred people has only worsened since that time.

Any time the Indians have stood their grounds as protectors of our planet, they have been railroaded by our government.

From the first days when they invited the Europeans in as friends, they have been exploited and abused to the point of almost complete extinction. But their message lives on. And there are still thousands of natives across our nation that carry on the American Indian ways.

If we truly care about the vitality of our planet and it’s inhabitants, we will head their warnings, integrate their wisdom, and find harmony with their people.

This is not a story about Indians protecting their land.
This is a story about how we treat people.
A story about American values and priorities.

I’m going to stay from the usual Show Notes method here and provide you with some actual resources about what’s going on at Standing Rock in regards to #NoDAPL. I hope these provide some useful insight. (Visit for Show Notes with resources and links.)

Nov 23, 2016

Everyone that cares about the wellbeing of humanity is faced with contemplating how they might leverage their time and resources to give back, to help others in some way. Why? Because you care and you feel some sense of responsibility to contribute to a more peaceful and harmonious world.

But how? How does one serve effectively? There is enough information available to us through the Internet that most people are well aware of concepts such as “dead aid” and how our efforts to help often result in contributing to the very problem we’ve set out to solve, or in creating a new one. We know that not all methods of altruism are actually helpful.

So how do we help? How do we serve effectively? How do we reimagine philanthropy, aid and missions? How do we ensure that we’re not contributing to the problem or creating new problems? How do we avoid fostering dependency and entitlement?

Join Jared Angaza as he discusses the concept of "conscious philanthropy" and how we can reimagine the possibilities and transform perspectives. 

Nov 16, 2016

Inipi Radio is a twice-weekly podcast that holds space for discussions about lifestyles, science, consciousness, indigenous wisdom, philanthropy, creativity, and culture. The show is founded upon the belief that our most effective contribution to a more peaceful and loving world is for each of us to align with love.

In this episode, host Jared Angaza provides a brief overview of the ethos behind the show and what you can expect from the experience. This is the beginning of a beautiful journey. We hope you'll join us!