Day 27 of 40 – Thou shalt not be an asshole

Rirou’s walk through the COVID – 420 isolation continues to get deeper and deeper. When Rirou had the commandments insight he need to elaborate more, and thankfully being a smart ass is still allowed; otherwise he would have to shut up for the rest of his life. Yes, sarcasm and irreverence is a form of self defense, something Rirou learned very early on to protect his energy. Since been a smart ass is still allowed in his Religion, Rirou wanted to call punk rules instead of commandments, since that is much more ironic.

The reality is at one point in life we are all assholes, because is impossible to please everyone. When Rirou created his first Religion, the ganja witness he was indeed being an asshole, but that religion went bankrupted. Rirou thought he was the only person in the world that bankrupted a Religion, but then he remembered a guy once bankrupted a casino and became president. So, Rirou thought maybe he can president one day, who knows? But the way Rirou is, he would probably want to created his own country, like the Vatican. Yeah, maybe one day Rock-it-ology will have their own country, but for now Rirou is happy with a Religion.

Any ways, back to the first punk rule, “Thou shalt not be an asshole”, is quite a simple rule. The most important part is not being an asshole with thyself, which reflects in the outside (inside matrix is connected with the outside), but also not being an asshole with the the little things in life. Those little things will be address in the not so fashion show section on “how not to be an asshole”, that goes together with the interviews on the “a case of the Mondays” on the same show.

The goal in life is to develop beyond the stage of an asshole!

Mean while the collective matrix is going crazy, as of now there is a possibility that a conspiracy theory might no longer be a theory. With the mass confusion due to the Corona Virus assholes are coming to light and showing their assholeness, and seems like Facebook is the new civil war…

Feel Good,

Rirou

Day 25 of 40 – Something to believe in

Monday April 6th Rirou woke up with and again not another case of the Mondays. This COVID-19 isolation was great for Rirou, he took the time to go within and now things were more clear than ever.

Rirou always believed we all got something to learn and something to teach, and that everything happens for a reason. Sometimes we don’t know why and we have to find out or sometimes we know exactly why. That goes for all of us, no exception, is just part of life. The key is to learn in every situation, at least that was Rirou’s goal after every Ironman. Funny because an Ironman race is 90% mental and 10% physical, different than training. Training is 90% physical and 10% mental. For Rirou every Ironman was a mental battle with big life lessons.

During those Ironmans Rirou decoded 3 spiritual laws that helped him escape his matrix:

  • 1st, Accept it: That is probably the most important one. Like an Ironman, life is challenging and once you sign up you know it will be hard. Same with life, once you are born you know it will have challenges, and it’s not that is good or bad, it is what it is.
  • 2nd, Face it: The truth is the shit is big and you can’t run away. You have to face it, cause if you don’t the demons will only get bigger and bigger. So, we must face our demons. Rirou always said, when in hell become friends with the Devil.
  • 3rd, Rock it: This is the most simple rule, but the most difficult: Listen to your heart and stay true to yourself. Yes, that is all it takes to Rock in life and that is what Rock means to Rirou.
Rirou received this album when he was 18 years old from his Band mate. Another mind blown moment for Rirou when was going through his crisis in 2015, and this album pop up in pandora radio during one of his long runs.

Rirou took the lessons learned during his Ironman period and now he was using in many different levels to escape his own matrix. Those 3 spiritual laws are the base of Rock-it-ology.

Feel Good,

Rirou

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