Rather these represent both parts of the Lord at shape one and the Yogic position .
The Lord is observed in a Yogic position, occasionally observed in Dakshinamurthi, Lord Narasimha or even Aanjaneya. Together with the origin or Mooladhara Chakra touching The Lord is seated erect. This posture's erectness empowers flow of the Life force or Kundalini Shakti . It's humanly tough to keep this type of posture for extended length, and also to avoid the legs from straying away, the Lord has a ring (Yoga Pattai) tying his thighs with the spine.
Therefore, even the gesture of focus, comprehension and truth, or Chin-Mudra is that the supreme and true teaching of Self-Realization. One sees this specific Mudra in Dakshinamurthi's kind. Therefore, the half Dharma Shaasta highlights Shaasta Aspect or the instructor, and it is Poorna Devi - completeness of wisdom wisdom and comprehension.
The Lord's hand rests pointing towards his toes. In most seated types of Ayyappan, an individual will certainly observe the left leg raised up, no matter whether the ideal leg is raised up (like in Yoga Asana type in Sabarimala) or pops down (like in Veera Asana types in different temples). Based upon the elevation of the statue, once the devotee sits or stands ahead of the Lord, then the Lord feet will be found by him . This, and also the Lord pointing to his toes, is His concept to put His feet securely in the center (Hrudkamalam).
Considering on Him and Possessing the Lord's toes in the center is the farming of Bhakti or Divine Love, and it is the simplest way to nurture fantastic behavior, Sattva Guna and Dharma, and finally hit the Lord. Therefore, the half of Dharma Shaasta highlights Dharma or Bhakti Aspect or the righteousness, and this is Pushkala Devi.
The two consorts, or instead both parts of the Lord signify Dharma-Shaasta's idea using predominance of Shankara and Narayana attributes.