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.