ob·jec·ti·fy vt
1. to think of or represent an idea or emotion as if it were something that actually exists

How should it be that I am thinking of objectification in the common sense, which is to reduce somebody, or something that is complex and multifaceted to the status of a simple object, only to discover the first definition of the word describes the energy that consumes my life. I am forever taking the abstract and turning it into fact, creating something physical out of psychic waves.