I just unlocked Meditation in Glitch, and I'm having trouble understanding how it works. It seems that I've been able to meditate from 1 second to around 10 seconds. Is the time random? Or is there something I'm missing?

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    Good question. I try to find a quiet place with no one around, but that doesn't seem to help.
    – Chris
    Oct 4, 2011 at 16:19

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Your meditation duration appears to be random, but it increases based on your Meditation skill. How many people there are nearby doesn't appear to affect it.

  • and rainbows mean you did it for max duration! Oct 22, 2011 at 19:47

The amount of time you will keep the mediation going is random except that you can't hit your keyboard or try to do anything with your Glitch while meditating. You can look through your bags and organize things though, just don't try to chop, make anything, or harvest anything while meditating or you will lose it. Gaining meditation skills will increase your ability to meditate (minute plus even), and allow you to focus meditating on increasing mood or energy, as well as 'levitating', which lets you jump higher and better for a little while. Imagined Levitation is the only kind of mediation that you actually should be trying to move your Glitch for.

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