The image below shows two dragons holding a sphere between them.
The human body has two sides.
There are two dragons.
One to the right of the sphere,
and one to the left of the sphere.
If this symbol is supposed to represent a human body, then it seems obvious that the right dragon must be the right part of the body,
and the left dragon must be the left part of the body.
That leaves the globe the dragons are holding between each other unaccounted for.
A reader of literature about the human body will discover that all of them discuss something called “the center of the body”.
Since the center of the body is in between the two sides of the body,
and the globe is in between the two dragons,
the globe must represent the center of the body.