The Naga Throne
The Spiritual Wisdom Seat
The Serpent symbolizes the feminine functions of spirituality, wisdom, fertility, wholeness (i.e. healing) and chaos. The Spiritual Wisdom Seat (elsewhere called the Bodhi Seat) is (always) empty, hence signifying absolute openness, that is to say, the unlimited potential of Spiritual Wisdom. Anyone can sit on it.
The Sitter symbolizes (indeed, enacts) the masculine function of limitation. The sitter creates a relativised view of Whole Spiritual Wisdom, i.e. he runs an application upon the open Basic Operating System of Spiritual Wisdom. In other words, the sitter limits and therefore decides, therefore relativizes the unlimited potential of the feminine.
Whole Spiritual Wisdom, being non relative, is conserved virtually. The sitter, i.e. as local and relative application of the masculine function of spiritual limitation, is not conserved.
Taking position upon the Spiritual Wisdom Seat, and observing coolly, clearly and distinctly with full concentration (Sanskrit: samadhi), the wonder, completeness and perfection of the true nature of thingness and of being revealed.