“First, the mindfulness-seeking bartenders in the workshop are asked to make a Negroni. The ingredients (gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari) have been measured out in advance. Moments later, the same bartenders are instructed to make a Negroni again, with the exact same ingredients, only this time with a twist: They must close their eyes for a minute and simply think about someone they love. That second Negroni is supposed to be conjured up with that object of affection in mind. “And that one always tastes better than the first,” Mr. Regan said. “You’d be amazed at how well this works. It makes a tangible difference. It just does.”—
Awesome article. I think in one of our LARC meetings we need to try this.