We create our reality continuously, as long as we are thinking we affect the universe, bringing into existence that upon which we concentrate. The longer we concentrate, the surer and faster the result. With practice, our reality is created easily and efficiently.
There are many authors who have written about creating our own reality; Seth, through Jane Roberts, Esther and Jerry Hicks in their teachings of Abraham describing the Law of Attraction, Lynne McTaggart's description of Helmut Schmidt's ground-breaking work in The Field. Shakti Gawain's Creative Visualization is another good example. All of these descriptions and accounts are describing one phenomenon - that we create what happens to us with our thoughts. This may seem absurdly simple at first; of course we do, I think about eating and I go find food. But creation also is working for those things that are not so immediately tangible. Things such as getting a new job, thinking you are getting sick or finding the love of your life. All of these things, that which you currently have and don't have, are the result of your thought processes.
Physicists are just beginning to understand how this process works, how we interact with the universe to bring what we are thinking about into reality. But working with it, understanding the process to acquire what you desire and be rid of what you do not, is just a matter of attention.
Understanding where to begin and how to continue once begun can sometimes be confusing. Here are the general guidelines, follow them in order. Once complete, return to the practice page and follow the practice guidelines there. Keep returning as often as you need, throughout your regular routine to keep these practices alive in your life.