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My Rating - 3 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Self-published
Genre - Non-Fiction
Publishing year - 2021
Language - English
Pages - 55

My Review - 

Exceptional Life of a Nobody is a story of Simon Boarst, where he used his experiences to teach us life lessons. He started doing meditation in his early 20's and was significantly impacted by it, but he is no saint. He is like an average person with vices, pulling himself from the dark side to the light. 

The author wrote this book during the COVID-19 pandemic and was exhilarated not to lose his jobs, but juggling the three positions is uncomfortable. Still, he feels lucky and shows gratitude. The book's few parts revolve around luck, senses, dreams, and practical applications that help you understand emotional, subjective, and celestial factors. 

My favorite part was the practical applications; it was fast-paced and intriguing. The other sections seem dragged unnecessary and incomplete. I've been reading spiritual content for a very long time, and each book offers something different than the other. 

In this book, I understand that life will be challenging even if you embark on a meditative path. But there is a silver lining; if you decide on spirituality, you'll gain the belief/faith that things will get better, and you'll surround yourself with a positive attitude. If not, you're already doomed. 

Simon Boarst turns this book into a bit of a memoir, which didn't work for me after a point. However, I enjoyed reading his unfiltered worldviews and got a little jealous of how much he travels. LOL. His work will keep you grounded and directed towards the spirits who tussled every day. I recommend this book to more mature and sophisticated readers than a newbie looking for something easy to comprehend. 

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