Left foot: Karam -- Right foot: Dharam
The deities appear wherever there are controlling nerve centers in the foot. The serpents encircling the deities represent awakening from the past to a new living future.
On the big toe of the left foot above is the face of Lord Brahma, representing rejuvenation, regenerative energy, and knowledge.
The faces on the other toes are his disciples. The figure of Adi Shakti, which symbolizes protective energy, is shown sitting on a tiger, a Durga. The flaming sun under the Adi Shakti represents life. Under the pinkie is the goddess Saraswati, sitting with a musical instrument in hand, on top of a long, flowing waterfall. This symbolizes intuitive knowledge and prosperity. A line goes from each toe to one point under the big toe. This juncture represents the pituitary, the command center. Under the pituitary point is the sun, extended life through breath of life. The hawk below it symbolizes prevailing energy.
The Eighth Chakra: represents semi-gods in action.
Seventh Chakra: top of foot represents union into union, creative and compassionate with reality of grace and royalty to be embraced. The male figure is Krishna, the female figure is Radha. The lotus represents purity, the lingum, creation.
Sixth Chakra: elementary manifestation, elimination of duality, command center for grace. The half male, half female figure is the actual construction of every human body.
Fifth Chakra: active existence. Wisdom of Miri Piri, which depicts royalty and reality. The purple lotus represents life; the crescent moon, reproduction.. The elephant, wisdom.
Fourth Chakra: compassion and domination, creative action, creative wisdom. The figure of Krishna with the Ganges flowing out of the top of his head symbolizes the supreme meditative connection between the heavens and earth. The deer stands for innocence, the symbol of tershula, death. The snake, fearlessness.
The Third Chakra: Union of mind and soul. The goat represents action.
Second Chakra: Union of the heavens and the underworld. The figure with four arms represents the heavens, earth and underworld, and is holding the symbol of Sodarshan Chakra. A hammer, a lotus for purity. And conch shell for vigor. The alligator is the king of the underworld.
First Chakra: The elephant stands for wisdom; the snake, the elimination center. The moon above Saraswati depicts expansion. The dove’s, peaceful coexistence. The hawk’s, courage. --