Her is an exercise in the basic technique of creative visualization
First think of something you would like. For this exercise choose something simple, that you can easily imagine attaining. It might be an object you would like to have, an event you would like to happen, a situation in which you'd like to find yourself, or some circumstance in your life you'd like to improve.
Get in a comfortable position, either sitting or lying down, in a quiet place where you won't be disturbed. Relax your body completely. Starting from your toes moving up to your scalp, think of relaxing each muscle in your body in turn, letting all tension flow out of your body. Breathe deeply and slowly, from your belly. Count don slowly from ten to one, feeling yourself getting more deeply relaxed with each count.
When you fell deeply relaxed, start to imagine the thing you want exactly as you would like it. If it is an object, imagine yourself with the object, using it, admiring it, enjoying it, showing it to friends, If it is a situation or event, imagine yourself their and everything happening just as you want it to. You may imagine what people are saying, or any details that make it more real to you.
You may take a relatively short time or quite a few minutes to imagine this - whatever feels best to you. have fun with it. It should be a thoroughly enjoyable experience, like a child day dreaming about what he wants for his birthday.
Now, keeping the idea or image still in your mind, mentally make some very positive, affirmative statement to yourself ( aloud or silently, as you prefer) about it, such as:
Here I am spending a wonderful weekend in the mountains.
What a beautiful vacation.
I love the view from my spacious, new apartment.
I'm learning to love and accept myself as I am.
These positive statement, called affirmations, are a very important part of creative visualization.
If you like, you can end your visualization with the firm statement to yourself:
This, or something better,
now manifests for me
in totally satisfying and harmonious ways,
for the highest good of all concerned.
This statement leaves room for something different and even better than you had originally envisioned happening, and serve as a reminder to you that this process only functions for the mutual benefit of all.
If doubts or contradictory thoughts arise, don't resist them or try to prevent them. This will tend to give them a power they don't otherwise have. Just let them flow through your consciousness, acknowledge them, and return to your positive statements and images.
Do this process only as long as you find it enjoyable and interesting. It could be five minutes or half an hour. Repeat every day, or as often as you can.
As you see, the basic process is relatively simple. Using it really effectively, however, usually requires some understanding and refinement.