A significant claim of CMT, as asserted by Lakoff (2014), is “the centrality of embodiment as the mechanism of meaningfulness.” Peoples’ experiences with their bodies play an essential role in the emergence of figurative thought. Hence, body-organ terms as a mapping process between the two domains are closely connected to the speakers’ conceptual system. This study scrutinizes conceptualizations of ‘foot’ in as many as 10000 Persian proverbs and expressions in the six related Iranian proverb books. Conducting a corpus-based analysis according to schematic's model conceptualization of cultural cognition developed by Sharifian 2011, this study indicates how ‘Pa,’ the Persian equivalent for foot, is conceptualized as being either tantamount to or being in the locality of feelings, thoughts, and memories, and personality traits. In general, it seems that the body part ‘Pa’ provides a conceptual foundation for speakers of Persian to represent their cognitive, emotional, socio-cultural, and linguistic experiences.