Manifesting with a Magic Hat

Manifesting with a Magic HatI was buying sandals at REI for an upcomingΒ Maui beach trip when I ran across the floppy hat I’ve always wanted.

It was perfect in all ways.

Even though Russ said I should just buy one once we got there, I knew this was my hat.

I liked it so much I wore it on the way home from the store.

As soon as I put it on, I laughed out loud. I felt carefree, lighthearted and more fun.

This hat made me happier.

Could a hat really do that?

I know some women feel that way about shoes. There’s even a song about that, so why not a hat?

I wore my new floppy straw hat at home while Russ made dinner, and felt like I was already on vacation, living without a care in the world.

It occurred to me I may have a magic hat on my hands.

The next day when I texted Russ to say my pre-trip anxiety was kicking in (upset stomach, irritable mood, negative thoughts running rampant), he told me to put my hat on.

It worked like a charm.

I instantly felt better … more relaxed, more at ease, more allowing.Β This was indeed a magic hat.
my new beach hat

I smiled when I packed that hat in my suitcase; I smiled as I wore it to the beach; I laughed as I caught it from the wind.

I took a picture of it, I liked it so much!

This hat and I had a good thing going.

I thought of Wayne Dyer’s hat on his PBS Wishes Fulfilled special. He said he got that hat in Paris and hasn’t taken it off since. Wayne knows about magic hats, too, it seems.

Which makes sense to me since hats can have such a powerful impact on our self-identity. Lots of clothing and jewelry items can do that for us, but hats especially.

Do you have a hat that helps you align to what you want?

If not, remember how this works: we’re looking to feel now how we would feel then (when you’re living what you want).

So whether you want more money, love, health or whatever – imagine how you’ll feel when you have it.Β Maybe that’s successful, peaceful, accomplished, powerful, free, rich, happy, etc. – that’s the vibration you’re looking for.

Next just intend to find the hat that activates that vibe for you.

It will be different for each of us, so I can’t post a chart that says fedoras for sexy, top hats for wealthy, cowboy hats for freedom, tiaras for loved & adored.

You may even find your magic thing isn’t a hat, but maybe a necklace, or lotion, or a tattoo even.
Manifesting with My Magic Hat

Whatever it is, juice up your alignment by wearing it whenever you need a boost or want a lift. The point is to let it pave the way to your good vibe.

This vibration management stuff is sometimes way easier than we make it out to be. Says the happy girl in the magic hat.

  • April 19, 2015
  • Jeannette says:

    Ha! They are fabulous!! That whole photo is! Thanks for the smile, Stacy.
    And yay for magic glasses!! πŸ™‚

  • Stacy says:

    Here’s a pic of me wearing them some years ago at a party in which I was very happily inebriated (um, yes, my shirt is on backwards and inside out – it was that kind of party lol).

  • Jeannette says:

    “Disco Librarian” glasses – Stacy, I’d LOVE to see those! lol
    That has to be a sign, right, when something makes us laugh out loud or crack up – we’re touching magic!

  • Stacy says:

    I love hats (but for some reason haven’t been wearing them lately). I’ve even been “known” for them.
    I actually had a similar experience with a pair of glasses. I was in Gaitlinburg and browsing a sunglass/glasses store and I saw this pair and fell in love. They are technically so ugly but I love them. They are something Elton John would have sported in the 1970s (I even saw him wearing a very similar pair in a commercial for a compilation album set – of course it was a photo/video from the 70s). I call them my disco librarian glasses. The lenses are huge round circles and brown with rhinestones going around.
    I remember them cracking me up in the store so much and just had to try them on. The sales person looked at me and said – with shock, “Whoa, they actually DO look good on you.”
    And I’ve had them ever since – now for over 13 or so years. One of the best $10 I’ve ever spent.

  • Jeannette says:

    Nice to know, Michael. πŸ™‚
    Sandeep, thanks for the reminder about the vibrational association we can have with colors. That’s definitely worth considering as we choose our magic thing.

  • Sandeep says:

    Good morning,
    One of our friends here mentioned people remarking that bright red colored lipstick is put on by whores; lol. Such people ranking humans and humanity are prevalent in society.
    Who is a whore? I think most of the people belong to this category if one considers extramarital, separation, divorces, infidelity, and cheating cases.
    Since every act/ occupation in the universe is approved by God, so be it.
    Also, red has the largest color in the visible spectrum; that is why it is used in traffic signals, lighthouse, etc.
    I frequently choose red color souvenir t-shirts to gift to my friends whenever I am traveling, and it has been mostly appreciated although personal tastes vary surely, and this fact is accepted too.
    For its natural sanguineness, color red is loved by all those who know how to give and receive love.
    Love and regards

  • Michael says:

    Jeannette, The hat fits you!
    Hats, I believe are ruled by Aquarius.
    The Magic happens when you wear it, and transform πŸ™‚

  • Jeannette says:

    Monique, that is so brilliant! Love the bikini secret, and also that you’re leveraging the power of smell. In fact, I’m thinking how the scent of sunblock is such a strong association with fun and sun for so many of us.
    Russ and I brought home a plumeria passion scented lotion we picked up in Maui, and each time we put it on we can’t help but smile because of the association! I already have it in my Amazon cart for a reorder when we run out.

  • Monique says:

    About the magic hat…
    I used to live in a cold city. I would wear a bikini under my clothes and put on sunblock to remind me of my sunny homeland and it made me feel like I had a secret all day. I would giggle through the day!!
    Ditto @Cs’s lipstick. Bold red, hot pink…heheheh. I encourage my conservative sister to do it too!

  • Jeannette says:

    Sandeep, I love hearing that men know how to leverage the aligning power of jewelry, too! I know some people find their item’s power grows over time, and others find it’s best to replace it every now and again in order to keep it fresh.
    Sarah-Jayne and C – I hadn’t even though of lipstick for this! So glad you posted about that.
    Thanks for the share! πŸ™‚

  • C. says:

    I was going to post the same exact thing about bold red lipstick!
    I have loved red lipstick ever since I was a young girl!
    I find it to be a color a lot of women are scared to wear, but not me! Also, I have sometimes received flack for wearing it being told “it’s too much to wear” or, even stupider, “it’s a color whores wear.”
    Ugh, I can’t with people sometimes!
    I think I need to start wearing it more because it gives me the exact same feeling of sexiness and confidence. I’ve also notice men take more notice when I wear it, so that’s a plus! πŸ˜€

  • Sarah-Jayne says:

    Great post Jeannette!
    My magic item is a bold red lipstick πŸ™‚ I find it lights up my face and makes me feel sexier and more confident!
    Instant feel good pick me up and a great alignment boost πŸ™‚

  • Sandeep says:

    Congratulations on buying and wearing your good vibe hat!
    I have been wearing a heavy necklace that gives me a good feeling; people see at it and me with awe; it is not common for men in India to wear a necklace; ours is a very conservative society. This necklace is an eye-catcher. The bracelet is also nice, but I am going to replace it with a new one. I would have loved to share my necklace photo here, but the option is missing.
    Jeannette, you look good in the hat and your friend with goggles too.
    I am planning a trip to the USA this summer; if in North Carolina, then I would love to meet you when you have time please.
    Love and regards

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