The Saturn gong resonates at the approximate musical note of D. Saturn represents stability, structure, perseverance and wisdom.
Zodiacal Rulership: Capricorn
Saturn Qualities: Structuring, goal orientation, acceptance of responsibility
Saturn Therapeutics: Establishes healthy boundaries; addresses hearing loss on all levels; used with skin and bone problems; fosters understanding the wisdom and lessons of time
Saturn in Ceremony: Used to inspire responsibility for self and society and to create healthy boundaries
The Saturn gong resonates at a frequency that moves deep into the core of our material selves. It fortifies and stimulates our basic mental and physical structure, helping us to remain firm in our commitments, stand tall in the face of adversity and to preserve our integrity in situations which challenge our legal and ethical boundaries. Saturnine personalities often manifest symptoms of depression and despondency, based in an unwillingness to accept the limitations of the material world. The innate longing to be free of any physical restraint creates an internal struggle where the soul is continuously trying to break free, manifested by feelings of apathy and disengagement, and a feeling of being “spaced out.”.Sounding the Saturn gong provides a sound context for drawing us into our core, helping us to develop self-discipline and centeredness within our bodily confines. The Saturn gong creates a vibrational vehicle for bringing us decidedly into the present, where we can most fully understand the language of our five senses as they communicate to us about the world we live in. This gong is particularly useful when treating the elderly and patients with bone disorders. Its tone is fortifying and clarifying.
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- Jude and Paul Ponton, Senior Acutonics Faculty