OmniTasking is a Fit for our
Non-Linear Shape Shifting World
This, based on the fact that Multitasking is linear! Flat line,
one foot in front of the other, to and fro, right or left. An
attempt to do multiple things simultaneously has long been
called multitasking and it’s something we all do. If not
multitasking, then what? OmniTasking; a term I was given
by Dr. Alan Celeste 16 years ago.
Dr. Celeste, said, “It’s obvious, you constantly attempt to
multitask.” “Guilty.” I responded. “Stop it!” he said. “No
one is capable of multitasking because it’s linear. Instead,
be aware that we all OmniTask.” He defined OmniTasking
as the ability for our brain to be constantly involved, not
linear, but multi-dimensionally, 360 degrees around us.
It Was Epistemological
OmniTasking fit within the restraints of my knowledge and
hurdled to another level. We are the center of our universe.
Don’t think egotistically or esoterically; think multi-
dimensionally. We all live in an envelope; that is, Personally
known, unknown, aware, or unaware in our past, present,
and perceived future combined with our sensory perceptions,
both experiential and experimental.
Even though we are its center, the edges are an unequal
distance in amoebic proportions based on our beliefs,
attention, knowledge, perception, awareness, and intelligence.
You Cannot Not ‘OmniTask’
In a conscious state, the mind is always active with synapses
firing at 8,100 bits per nanosecond, consciously, subconsciously,
and unconsciously with all five senses implanted in the 90
billion neurons in our body. This is why meditation is important
and valuable. The goal of meditation is to bring all of your senses,
attention, and thoughts back to center and Stop Tasking.
The Personal Influence of
Stressed, worried, anxious and guilty was my way of life. Constantly
rolling over items on the to-do-list pushed my blood pressure high
leading to an overhanging fear of failure. I developed acid reflux,
low self-esteem, headaches, low confidence, backaches, and lack
of sleep. From all the ads on TV for pills to cure my ailments and
friends complaining of the same afflictions, I realized I was not alone.
Working on, and living the concept, I added the hypothesis that
even though OmniTasking happens 360 degrees around you, it’s
not spherical – it’s amoebic in proportion. This discovery had a
great calming effect. Adding to the knowledge ‘perfection is
nonexistent’, OmniTasking gave me peace, enriched my life, and
added quality and abundance. Not to mention with meditation,
deep breathing, and simple prioritization, I’m doing more in less time.