Zombyism & Mindspam

A Zombie from Mindspam

/ˈzɒmbi & mʌɪndspam/: Degeneration of one’s mind due to sensory overload which also affects the organism as a whole.

When a vulnerable host collects too many unwholesome programs over their life, the system becomes heavy, and behaviour is affected.

At first, symptoms include increased chatter and self-centred activities due to sensory demands creeping up.

As the years progress, a loss of sensitivity shapes the psyche, moderately to aggressively.

Following on, the organism starts decaying faster from declining intake choices as heavier fuels are used to supplement the lack of space in one’s life. For example, my skin gets leathery and I lose colour from booze, drugs, malnutrition, etc.

Next, cover-up applications and quick-fixes, that usually come at an even higher cost down the track (endless cosmetic surgery, botox, fat burners, steroids & supplementation), are also exploited in a mutual arrangement. It is super hard to rollback because the sensations delivered from the short term visual rewards (which often get viewed differently from a clearer perspective) produce a feeling or surge of youthfulness, power and strength. And to the point of invincibility. Once you get a taste you are more or less hooked for life, and thus you become a slave to that which was supposed to be your salvation. This is why Zombyism will get most people!

Mindspam, by nature, fragments a mind and creates double/triple lives. Once infected, the host thrives off inflating ideals that demand a more significant response or behaviour from their surroundings — implying exploitation of emotional, sexual and physical energy from others.

Beware! These infected hosts are drainers… energy zappers who often start off sugary (very briefly).

Mindspam is also the opposite of Actuality. In an infected host, Ideals speak much louder than Acts. And in extreme cases for loved ones who drift off, dump them in a decontamination chamber or get them lobotomised ASAP!

And if that’s not enough to think about, get a load of the next section on ‘thinking’…