19 Sep Dis im bobulated (discombobulated)
I have been struggling for about one month with “something” going on inside of me. I have felt totally out of sync with most people and ministries. No matter how hard I have tried to “get on board” I just couldn’t. When everyone else seemed to be in one playing field, I felt like I was in another. The struggle has been real because I believe in unity within community. So what in the world was going on with me?
The only thing I could come up with was that I was out of alignment, but I have been out of alignment before and it didn’t feel anything like this. I had no vocabulary for what I was feeling. Not only was this uneasiness going on in my spirit, but I began to manifest instability in my body. My head has been full due to allergies and this caused a lot of pressure in my right ear, which has resulted in dizziness and the need to keep my head still.
For a week now I have been repenting for this rebellious nature of mine (which in the past would cause me not to want to get on board with everyone else.) I have been asking God to reveal to me where I got off track and how in the world can I get back on? I shared my feelings with my husband Don and he revealed that he was experiencing some of the same feelings and also did not know what to call it. After a long heartfelt conversation we both came to the conclusion that it wasn’t demonic, or being out of alignment. It was simply yet another shift into kingdom living. I still felt a need to pray for more clarity.
Two nights ago I had a *flash dream. I knew I was in the conversation with Don about how I was feeling. Very clearly I heard a voice saying, “Disimbobulated”, “Disimbobulated.”
I rolled over in the wee hours of the morning and wrote on a pad of paper next to my bed, dis im bobulated. I have never heard of that word?? What did it mean??
I found out from Don that there is a word called discombobulate. verb [with object] humorous, chiefly North American
disconcert or confuse (someone): this attitude totally discombobulated Bruce | (as adjective discombobulated) : he is looking a little pained and discombobulated.
But, I was not hearing discombobulate, I was hearing dis im bobulated.
When you put the prefixes in front of bobulated (which is not a real word, but connected me to combobulate,) it would mean opposite of.
A prefix is placed at the beginning of a word to change its meaning. For example, the suffix re- means either again or back as in return, repeat or refurbish.
The following 4 prefixes are easy to confuse because they all have a negative meaning.
The prefix un means not, reverse action, deprive of, release from. For example, unable or unfair.
The prefix mis means wrong. For example, mistake or misunderstand.
The prefix dis also means not and opposite of. For example, disconnect.
The prefix im can also mean not and opposite of. For example, impossible,
So what I believe God was saying to me through this dream was this, “You are not suffering from a spirit of confusion or disorder. It is the opposite. I am doing a work in you that will allow you to vibrate into the next realm of the Kingdom.”
This short two word flash dream, brought me stability and conformation.
Watch your dream life for flash dreams. I have found in my personal life that 100% of all flash dreams have been literal.
*Flash Dreams – Short, fast, distinctive, vivid flashes of scenes.