Symbol: The symbol of this chakra is swastika for eternal good fortune. One is very contended to enter this chakra but it is mixed with annoyance as one has to follow the downward path.
Colour: In this chakra the blue-gray thunderclouds has left and now fire burns the branches that have fallen. This is a sacred fire that is caused by lightning and its smoke is white.
Emotion: The emotion of the chakra is laziness. Here one is aware of his duties that he must perform but he is too lazy to execute his duties.
Element: The element of the chakra is the fire. All the thoughts have become static and got entangled with one another. The purifying fire helps to transform the tangled undergrowths into healthy nutrients. You must put from your mind things that would hinder a clear perception of your path.
Sound: The sound of the chakra is the beating of thunder that sounds in the background. Initially it is very soft but gradually it becomes intense. The mantra of the chakra is RAM, but it is pronounced more as ram with a very short pause on M. It begins very softly and then builds slowly.
Animal: The animal of the chakra is the ram which is very violent and is a representation of the reproductive force of nature. However, the ram is kept under control by a rider. Here the rider symbolizes ones mind.
Material: The material of the chakra is soft red gold. The gold has originated from the furnace and will be molded to some shape. Even if it is molded it will not loose its lustrous light.
Texture: The texture of the chakra is like that of soft leather. The leather is strong and has the ability to protect but still it is soft and sensual.
Smell: the smell of this chakra is like the leaves being burned on a sunny autumn afternoon. The smell is sweet, yet its perfume is of the woods. It reminds with the help of the fire nutrients will be produced that would in turn fertilize the soil.
Taste: The taste of the chakra is like dark black rum. The rum was kept in barrels that have had their insides burned to form charcoal.
God: The god of the chakra is Rudra. At first sight it appears to be gray-blue but a closer look reveals that actually he is covered in ashes. Under the ashes his skin is actually aflame and is red. Rudra represents both the fire of inspiration and the red of base desires. It seems like the desire, the inspiration, and the illumination are all hidden from ones sight by the gray-white ash. The form of Rudra fearlessly faces the future, and even encourages others to move ahead fearlessly.