Learn the Reciprostone® Routine

And use the powerful  symbolism of a light-filled bowl to transform your life

Learn the Reciprostone® Routine

And use the powerful symbolism of a light-filled bowl to transform your life

Reciprostone® uses the powerful symbolism of a light-filled bowl and a collection of stones

The light represents all the amazing things in your life: your plans; passions; strengths; appreciations; connections; life lessons and true potential.

The stones, which you place in your bowl,  represent life's setbacks, downturns and challenges, and block your light to varying degrees. 

Where your money goes 


We are currently donating profits from Reciprostone® course sales to Ukrainian children's charity Voices of Children, who are providing psychological support to Ukrainian children affected by the conflict.

You get all the following:

- Detailed information on the type of bowl and stones you'll need
- A deeper look at what your light holds and how to reflect on it
- A specific video on how to discover your strengths
- A detailed look at the five steps to placing and working through your stones
- A special video on growing from adversities
- A fantastically supportive and inspiring Facebook group to ask all your questions and share your experiences

You choose how much to pay - no catch.

You get the exact same content whatever you pay. 

And the more money you pay, the more we can donate to global grassroots projects that really need your support.

  • Reciprostone Routine
  • £29.99

    Learn it all for the price of a gratitude journal

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Meet the creator of Reciprostone®

Angharad Davies

My name's pronounced a little like 'Anne Harrod', in case you were wondering! And means 'greatly loved one' - in case you were wondering that too!

If I had to define myself, I'd have to say that I'm creativity meets compassion.

Even from a really young age I always wanted to go the extra mile with school projects to make them different somehow. I've always had a passion and a knack for dreaming up all kinds of ideas and innovations.

And I remember feeling huge sadness and compassion even at six or seven years old for the starving African children and withdrawn Romanian orphans I would see on my TV screen. So it's no coincidence that two of the countries I ended up volunteering in, in my early twenties, were Romania and Kenya.

And now, at not-far-off-fourty, I am so extatic to be able to combine these two sides. To be able to use my creativity and innovation to make a difference to so many people all over the world.

Meet the creator of Reciprostone®

Angharad Davies

My name's pronounced a little like 'Anne Harrod', in case you were wondering! And means 'greatly loved one' - in case you were wondering that too!

If I had to define myself, I'd have to say that I'm creativity meets compassion.

Even from a really young age I always wanted to go the extra mile with school projects to make them different somehow. I've always had a passion and a knack for dreaming up all kinds of ideas and innovations.

And I remember feeling huge sadness and compassion even at six or seven years old for the for the starving African children and withdrawn Romanian orphans on I would see on my TV screen. So it's no coincidence that two of the countries I ended up volunteering in, in my early twenties, were Romania and Kenya.

And now, at not-far-off-fourty, I am so extatic to be able to combine these two sides. To be able to use my creativity and innovation to make a difference to so many people all over the world.

Meet the creator of Reciprostone® 

Angharad Davies

My name's pronounced a little like 'Anne Harrod', in case you were wondering! And means 'greatly loved one' - in case you were wondering that too!
 
If I had to define myself, I'd have to say that I'm creativity meets compassion.

Even from a really young age I always wanted to go the extra mile with school projects to make them different somehow.  I've always had a passion and a knack for dreaming up all kinds of ideas and innovations.

And I remember feeling huge sadness and compassion even at six or seven years old for the starving African children and withdrawn Romanian orphans I would see on my TV screen.  So it's no coincidence that two of the countries I ended up volunteering in, in my early twenties, were Romania and Kenya.

And now, at not-far-off-fourty, I am so extatic to be able to combine these two sides. To be able to use my creativity and innovation to make a difference to so many people all over the world.

The birth of Reciprostone®

They say motherhood changes your life forever.
They are not wrong!
But I wasn't expecting a double hit to the heart when I first became a mum.    

Because along with the deepest love for my child came a reignited flame for my purpose. A purpose that I had found the beginnings of around fourteen years previously when volunteering in a hospital playroom with paediatric cancer patients.  And a purpose that I had all but snuffed out just eight years later after realising that I had mistaken my drive for purpose for a need for validation through profession and prestige and had decided to take stock, turn inwards and learn to really appreciate and live the life I had.  

But there was always a little piece  missing. Something deep down in my soul calling out to become.  And when I became a mum I couldn't ignore it any longer. Because I knew that whatever I was called to do, it wasn't just for me. It was for my children.  And it was for the world that they would grow up and grow old  in.    

So I dug deep.
Really deep.

 I worked on myself.
And I worked on my plans.  

Suffice to say, I went through a fair few ideas, wore some very different hats, tried on a few missions for size, but nothing seemed to come close to the feeling I had inside.  

Then one day it just appeared.
A thought.
A memory.
 
Something I had learned about in my early twenties while training in Play Therapy.
A Hawaiian teaching about a bowl of light.

I didn't quite know what to do with it then, but I knew that this was meant to be part of it all.  

And slowly - frustratingly at times - as I read and researched, dug out old notes and books on the Psychology of Meaning, read about recent studies and began to really live a more grateful and meaningful life myself, it all started falling into place.    

And I saw Reciprostone® start taking shape before me.
And with it, I could see that the light I was looking for all those many years had been there all along, but it was me who wasn't ready to see it.  

So with a grateful heart, a wiser mind, the warm light of purpose, and a bowl and some stones I stepped out into the world to make the big difference I had known I was here to make almost twenty years before.  

And the rest is history - in the making.

The birth of Reciprostone®

They say motherhood changes your life forever.
They are not wrong!
But I wasn't expecting a double hit to the heart when I first became a mum.    

Because along with the deepest love for my child came a reignited flame for my purpose. A purpose that I had found the beginnings of around fourteen years previously when volunteering in a hospital playroom with paediatric cancer patients.  And a purpose that I had all but snuffed out just eight years later after realising that I had mistaken my drive for purpose for a need for validation through profession and prestige and had decided to take stock, turn inwards and learn to really appreciate and live the life I had.  

But there was always a little piece  missing. Something deep down in my soul calling out to become.  And when I became a mum I couldn't ignore it any longer. Because I knew that whatever I was called to do, it wasn't just for me. It was for my children.  And it was for the world that they would grow up and grow old  in.    

So I dug deep.
Really deep.

 I worked on myself.
And I worked on my plans.  

Suffice to say, I went through a fair few ideas, wore some very different hats, tried on a few missions for size, but nothing seemed to come close to the feeling I had inside.  

Then one day it just appeared.
A thought.
A memory.
 
Something I had learned about in my early twenties while training in Play Therapy.
A Hawaiian teaching about a bowl of light.

I didn't quite know what to do with it then, but I knew that this was meant to be part of it all.  

And slowly - frustratingly at times - as I read and researched, dug out old notes and books on the Psychology of Meaning, read about recent studies and began to really live a more grateful and meaningful life myself, it all started falling into place.    

And I saw Reciprostone start taking shape before me.
And with it, I could see that the light I was looking for all those many years had been there all along, but it was me who wasn't ready to see it.  

So with a grateful heart, a wiser mind, the warm light of purpose, and a bowl and some stones I stepped out into the world to make the big difference I had known I was here to make almost twenty years ago.  

And the rest is history - in the making.

The birth of Reciprostone®

They say motherhood changes your life forever.
They are not wrong!
But I wasn't expecting a double hit to the heart when I first became a mum.  

Because along with the deepest love for my child came a reignited flame for my purpose. A purpose that I had found the beginnings of around fourteen years previously when volunteering in a hospital playroom with paediatric cancer patients.  And a purpose that I had all but snuffed out just eight years later after realising that I had mistaken my drive for purpose for a need for validation through profession and prestige and had decided to take stock, turn inwards and learn to really appreciate and live the life I had.

But there was always a little piece missing. Something deep down in my soul calling out to become.  And when I became a mum I couldn't ignore it any longer. Because I knew that whatever I was called to do, it wasn't just for me. It was for my children.  And it was for the world that they would grow up and grow old  in.  

So I dug deep.
Really deep.

I worked on myself.
And I worked on my plans.

Suffice to say, I went through a fair few ideas, wore some very different hats, tried on a few missions for size, but nothing seemed to come close to the feeling I had inside.

Then one day it just appeared.
A thought.
A memory.
 
Something I had learned about in my early twenties while training in Play Therapy.
A Hawaiian teaching about a bowl of light.
I didn't quite know what to do with it then, but I knew that this was meant to be part of it all.

And slowly - frustratingly at times - as I read and researched, dug out old notes and books on the Psychology of Meaning, read about recent studies and began to really live a more grateful and meaningful life myself, it all started falling into place.  

And I saw Reciprostone® start taking shape before me.
And with it, I could see that the light I was looking for all those many years had been there all along, but it was me who wasn't ready to see it.

So with a grateful heart, a wiser mind, the warm light of purpose, and a bowl and some stones I stepped out into the world to make the big difference I had known I was here to make almost twenty years before.

And the rest is history - in the making.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The workshop is taught through instructional videos.  All videos are pre-recorded  and found on the portal on the Reciprostone website. You can work through the content at your own pace and visit the material as many times as you like. You can also receive support with the material either through posting your questions in the comments section below the video or in the private Facebook group.

You don't need to be on Facebook or any other social media platform to access the course content. You'll find the training videos in your portal on the Reciprostone website.  There is, however, a private Facebook group that you can join to connect with others doing the course and to ask any questions you may have about the course.  If you do not wish to join the Facebook group, you can still receive support with the course content by asking your questions in the comment area below the training material on the website.

A refund would be available under certain conditions, please consult our full Terms and Conditions here: https://www.reciprostone.com/terms or contact us directly with your query on hi@reciprostone.com

If you have any other questions about the Reciprostone® Routine course or just want to reach out, you can contact Angharad Davies, the course creator and facilitator, directly on hi@reciprostone.com

Limited Company Registration Number: 13163486

Britannia House, Caerphilly Business Park, Van Rd, Caerphilly CF83 3GG

hi@reciprostone.com