In Peter Levine’s, In An Unspoken Voice, he refers back to Greek mythology to provide a visual of how to move through trauma. “Out of Medusa’s [fatal] wound, two mythical entities emerged:  Pegasus the winged horse and the one-eyed Chrysaor, the warrior with the golden sword.  The golden sword represents penetrating truth and clarity.  The horse is a symbol of the body and instinctual knowledge; the wings symbolize transcendence.  Together, they suggest transformation through the “living body.”  Together, these aspects…