Whether you’re painting yourself blue and dancing nude around a mid-winter bonfire, or chopping down trees and hanging sparkly things on them, all of us at the Institute wish you a slow and sophisticated holiday.
Keeping to the Slow Way at this time of year can be a challenge. People are in a hurry. If rushaholism is not treated correctly, it can lead to gettingthingsdoneits. In Heather Braithwaite’s book, Your Slow Self. She advises: take a moment for yourself; be quiet, breathe, and relax.
Dr. Lenteur’s chocolate therapy is having remarkable results. Physicians now believe that the cause of rushaholism is a bacterium, and not mental imbalance as previously thought.
The secret is seventy-five percent dark chocolate or twice-daily doses of Dr. Lenteur’sChocolate Cure for Rushaholics. The results are astonishing. After a short course of chocolate, patients are able to enjoy a few calm minutes. And that is the first step on the slow path to not much.
Dr. Emile Lenteur was recently awarded the ORDER OF SLOW (OS) by the International Institute of Not Doing Much for his groundbreaking work on the discovery of relaxons. Continue reading “Discovery of RELAXONS”