The following are some suggestions for beginning your process of co-creation. They are only suggestions. Some people have more success by creating a vision board, or by otherwise manipulating physical tools. I prefer to reserve my focus for the goal itself. Otherwise, I end up dispersing energy worrying whether I have the right props (which is completely beside the point, right?). Your mileage may vary.
1. Identify your desire. Write it down in all of the detail you can possibly muster. Include all of the parts that you are envisioning. Give yourself permission to look at the whole thing, exactly the way you see it in your mind's eye. This step can be eye-opening.
2. Envision yourself having this. Make it a 3-dimensional experience. What does it look like to have it? How does it feel to have it? How do you shift other things in your life to make space for it? Take the steps to make your life ready.
3. Stand guardian at the portals of your mind. Spend some time being aware of the thought processes that you are having about the thing that you are trying to manifest. Make a list of the "NO" voice in your head. (There IS one. It's okay. The "NO" voice happens to everyone.) Write a response to every block to having your desire.
4. Spend some time in the silence every day, seeing the picture you envisioned and being grateful that your desired object is already in your life. Spending time with your vision is reinforcing the message that you're sending to the universe that YES, you DO want what you asked for. This is also important because it gives *you* time to reconnect with your vision, and to look again at some ways that you can make space for it in your life.
4 1/2. Take action: Make the space. Review your desire. Be grateful. Let the manifestation be part of your joy.
For more about manifesting, I suggest that you visit one of the places I love--Boni Lonnsburry's website: www.LiveaLifeYouLove.com I started reading her site when I was working for a company that I now refer to as Evil, Inc., and was feeling completely trapped. I was struggling with anxiety and bouts of depression, and the stress of the workplace sent me into a nasty spiral of allergies and respiratory grossness. Reading the site gave me hope, which ultimately helped me find my way again.