It seems like every suddenly wealthy techie has turned to meditation after discovering the God-sized supermassive blackhole lurking at the centre of their souls that no amount of Lamborghinis could ever fill.
Money can't buy everything, apparently.
But what it can buy is a $300 meditation device decked out with high-tech brainwave and heart rate sensors -- the Muse 2.
I've been using Sam Harris' guided mediation app Waking Up to practice mindfulness and admit I often have no clue whether I am "doing it right" (excuse the faux pas). This is what makes the Muse family of devices so intriguing. It promises to monitor the state of your mind during meditation and track your progress over time.
But how accurate is all of this tracking? Can muse really quantify enlightenment?
Well, judging by it's 3.8/5 rating on Amazon, I'm going to say: Maybe.
The Muse 2 has a 30-day money back guarantee so I'm likely to test it out for a spin. Stay tuned for an official Biohack Stack review.
What do you think? If you've tried the Muse 1 or 2, sharing your experience by submitting a review on this page. Thanks!