Patience and working with resin in Orgonite

I was just out making a custom pyramid for a woman who wants specific crystals for self esteem and love and also for spiritual developement.  Pondering the process of the casting, I realized this new art  is about patience for me.  I normally do web and graphic work and it really is possibly to see instant results of your efforts, but casting resin requires time.  First of all, you pour resin, then add your metal and crystals, and then you have to wait.  When I first started making these devices I would get so excited about the finished product I would move it or pick it up and look at from below to get a glimpse of how it was going to turn out.  Sometimes I became so enthusiastic  I would take them out of the mold before they hardened, leaving me with a crusty mush that eventally hardened with scabs.  The lesson was learned.  It is expensive to be impatient because it meant I would have to create another item using my materials.  Cast your mold, leave it on a level surface, and leave it alone for a few hours, or an hour if you are doing different layers.


 

I suppose this observation can be applied to anything else you want to create in life.  Lay down good intentions and foundations, do the necessary work, then leave it alone for the universe to work it’s magic.


Here is a cool article I just found on the effects of orgonite…


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