Wikipedia contains a useful article on Lectio Divina.
The only 'nit' I would 'pick' with it is that it talks about putting aside a time of one hour each day to pray in this way. Now, that seems to me OK for nuns and monks, but for your common-or-garden working wo/man that appears to be a trifle ambitious!
But let's look at what Wikipedia says. It talks about how the method of Lectio Divina has traditionally been described as having four parts: Lectio, Meditatio, Oratio and Contemplatio. All of these together making a "Feast on the Word".
So now you see why chocolate is particularly appropriate! This is how I see it in, er - well, chocolatey terms -
Reading the passage: taking a lovely bite of the chocolate - nice and slowly...m.m.m.m....
Mulling over part of the passage: letting that wonderful chocolate melt deliciously and slowly in your mouth!
Opening to God in a conversation: telling God how fabulous his chocolate is - then moving on to an intimate chat.
Loving, wordless focus on God: just resting with God with that lovely 'satisfied' post-chocolate feeling!
Would you like to try it with another passage? Perhaps Psalm 23?
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
He makes me lie down in green pastures;
he leads me beside still waters;
he restores my soul.
He leads me in right paths
for his name’s sake.
Even though I walk through the darkest valley,
I fear no evil;
for you are with me;
your rod and your staff—
they comfort me.
You prepare a table before me
in the presence of my enemies;
you anoint my head with oil;
my cup overflows.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me
all the days of my life,
and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord
my whole life long.
Peace be with you.