Morphee Zen: A Screen-Free Device That Offers Meditation and Wellness Breaks On-The-Go

Every now and then, you need to take a mental break, even if just for a few minutes, so you can manage your anxiety and stress and “place your thoughts elsewhere.” But picking up your phone or looking at another distracting screen isn’t necessarily the best way to get that done. The Morphee Zen is a pocketable, screen-free, and non-digital solution that can provide mental wellness sessions throughout the day to reduce anxiety and boost concentration and mental focus.

Morphee Zen

Made to be intuitive and easy to use, the Morphee Zen is a 2.95″ long by 2.76″ wide by 0.6″ thick pebble-like device that weighs 2.65 ounces; it can easily fit in your pocket or bag and be brought along. The Zen’s rechargeable internal battery offers up to three hours of themed sessions comprised of soothing sounds, music, and voice therapies that you can discreetly participate in through a wired headset.

Morphee Zen

The Morphee Zen has 72 audio sessions based on six themes, including dynamic relaxation (known as Jacobson), deep relaxation, and breathing techniques. In as little as five minutes, you can de-stress and calm down in only a couple of minutes. The Zen Zen contains 72 sessions based on six themes: Dynamic Relaxation (known as Jacobson), Deep Relaxation, Immersive Journeys, Nature Sounds, Relaxing Music, and “Chrono Zen.”

Morphee Zen

Morphee Zen is the latest of the company’s screen-free relaxation and meditation devices, joining the Morphee and My Little Morphee. It will be available in the second quarter of this year for $79.99.

You can learn more about the Morphee Zen and the other Morphee sleep and meditation products here.

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Judie is the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of Gear Diary, which she founded in September 2006. She started in 1999 writing software reviews at the now-defunct; from mid-2000 through 2006, she wrote hardware reviews for and co-edited at The Gadgeteer. A recipient of the Sigma Kappa Colby Award for Technology, Judie is best known for her device-agnostic approach, deep-dive reviews, and enjoyment of exploring the latest tech, gadgets, and gear.