Making Orgonite makes work a form of play.
For the past few years, my beloved LIsa and I have been making Orgonite and Orgone generators. The terms are somewhat synonymous with each other, but they are intact different. Regardless, we are pleased and excited to hold a class that's open for the public. For a fee of course, but you know what I mean. I say it's good for both the planet and the mind because making the stuff puts us into our creative mode. Making the stuff is simple enough, really, all you have to do is pour some resin into a mold with some metal shavings and your done, but more often than not, people spend lots of time and money putting in other things like crystals and different kinds of metals and so on to make them look certain ways. Make them pretty, intriguing, fun.
To me this is a necessary part of life, just like exercise, food and sleep. We need to be artists and vent our insides of/from all that stuff that gets locked up in there. Making art helps our soul to dance and spread it's wings. Luckily, Making Orgone generators is a messy and imprecise activity. So much so that no matter what you do, it will probably look interesting and will be marveled at by anyone who looks at it. They may question what the heck it is, but it will still touch them and they will still be effected by the work it does simply by being in it's proximity. If you're interested in taking the class, let me know soon. We're filling up fast.
In breath and heart!