“Flowers, more fleeting, more ethereal, and more delicate than the plants out of which they emerged, would become like messengers from another realm, like a bridge between the world of physical forms and the formless. They not only had a scent that was delicate and pleasing to humans, but also brought a fragrance from the realm of spirit.” Eckhart Tolle
In Tibetan symbology, dragons are one of the ‘Four Dignities’, along with the snow lion, the tiger, and the garuda (a large mythical bird). Each represents a different aspect of the Bodhisattva attitude. The dragon represents compassion and the powerful clarity that compassion can bring us on the spiritual journey.