Anne Pryor is the creator of Lovitude™ and a Soul Painting Artist. Lovitude means Love and Gratitude Inspired by Spirit, the highest energy in the Universe. Anne was inspired to create this trademarked symbol while getting her Master’s Degree in Human Development and Holistic Health and Wellness, as a gift for her professors. This icon was jeweled by Anne’s friend, Janel Russell, the inventor of the original Mother and Child necklace.
Anne’s Lovitude™ Soul Paintings have been called ‘visual blessings’. She was inspired to paint through after death communications (ADC) by her friend. Anne creates vivid images to elucidate, awaken, and activate souls using ink, her breath, and essential oils. Anne was not an artist before these messages.
These “visual blessings” are sought-out globally. Her unusual technique is created with ink, inspired by her breath (no paint brushes), and essential oils including Frankincense, Myrrh. Each painting is infused with gold and painted on clear plastic and other media.
A portion of proceeds from the sale of Lovitude products and art are donated to charities.
“6 Vases” Lovitude Soul Painting by Anne Pryor copyright 2019 all rights reserved
INSPIRATION FROM ABOVE:
She was inspired to paint in 2017 after receiving messages from a former colleague, who died within three weeks after being diagnosed with cancer. She continues to receive “After Death Communication Messages” and inspiration that elevates her work. Clients tell her that vivid colors remind them of their soul groups and inspire them to move into their life purpose.
LOVITUDE IMAGED FEATURED IN COLLECTIONS:
These images have been said to elucidate, awaken, and activate souls. Her images have been featured worldwide: IANDS (International Association of Near-Death Society), the Memorial Service of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, the Minneapolis woman killed by a Minneapolis police officer, gifted to Matthew Desmond, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author of “Evicted”, at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, and enjoyed in collections globally.
LOVITUDE FEATURED ON HALLMARK CHANNEL HOME AND FAMILY SHOW
Artwork that will leave you breathless! According to Cameron Mathison, Host of the Home & Family Show.
Anne Pryor is a featured guest on the Hallmark Channel Home and Family Show sharing the Lovitude story and demonstrating her unusual Soul Painting technique with Cameron and Debby on April 1, 2019.
Click the link above and see Free Lovitude Cards – share virtually with family, friends, colleagues, family in nursing homes.
THOUGHT ENERGY RICE EXPERIMENT:
Anne Pryor experimented with cooked rice to see how her energy could affect rice (which is 80% water, the same as our bodies). She talked with loving-kindness to the rice on the left, below, and with anger to the rice on the right, below, each day for 30 days. Anne observed that within 5 days the rice on the right turned black. She realized what her thoughts could do to rice. “If my thoughts can change rice just think what my thoughts are doing to me and those around me.” She encourages people to stay positive in your thoughts, words, and actions. They matter. She had the privilege of spending time with Dr. Emoto, author of “Hidden Messages in Water”. Read about his experiments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOdKA70KkB8
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Listen to Echo Bodine and Bobby Sullivan as they welcome guests Anne Pryor creator of Lovitude and Risë Kasmirski to talk about their incredible story of connecting with their friend after she passed and how it inspired them. Lovitude™ Soul Paintings have been called Visual Blessings.
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All Lovitude images are available for licensing, contact Marty@MHSLicensing.com. Visit: https://www.mhslicensing.com/art-brands/lovitude-.html
Do more of what brings you joy, my friend! I do.