Sadhbh Adamea is my pen name. The name Sadhbh is Irish and found me as my very own soul was reunited with me and ignited the flame of my true essence. Visiting Ireland for the first time (in this life) I instantly felt like home and also had a very magical encounter with a fawn in the luscious green forests of Ross Castle.
The deer accompanied me as a spirit guide since then and I deeply resonated with the meaning of the name. Sadhbh is not only considered the goddess of the deer, but also stands for transformation, change, shapeshifting, motherhood and love.
The Irish myth about the woman who was transformed into a deer talks about a painful but beautiful journey to love. The deer here finds her strength to adapt and survive in her new form.
Like Sadhbh I am not taking nature for granted and I love to witness all her little and huge wonders. Once I stepped into my own authenticity I was reunited with the true meaning of love. Since then I have devoted my life to share everything I found out about love. I’d like to share my travels through the forest of life towards the castle of love with anyone, especially how to navigate through big changes and huge transformations like Sadhbh did in the myth.
The name Adamea mainly stands for magnetic love energy. In Spanish, “adamar” means “I love greatly.”
As my soul clearly is on a mission of love this name stands for the mantra which I practice every day: I am love.
Having a pen name is part of a ritual that gets me into a receiving mode which allows me to write from the depths of my soul. It is a magic cloak that I slip on while my heart creates poetry, prose and essays from the letter labyrinth of the keyboard.
But alas, as Shakespeare already observed: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” My name only touches the surface of who I really am, so dive in and read on, follow me to read my words, comment and share so that I can get to know you too. Let’s spread seeds of love everywhere, for the world may bloom in magical peace one day!
and then turn
listen to the silence
in front of
of the rhyme
as it sinks in
and in time
creates a lullaby
that takes you away
for that it evolves
into your very own