A note: the saying "your will, not mine" is a trap as worded. It sounds like there is a conflict between the universe's will and yours. But the conflict is not with your Buddha will, it is with your mind. Therefore, I have started saying, "Your will, not my mind's."
You will need to put some "skin in the game," but only at the guidance of your heart. Do not allow your mind to try to figure out how or when to achieve your desire. That defeats the purpose of being guided, of being free of that responsibility. Your only responsibility is to implement what you are being guided to do, with an open mind, trusting your guidance even if it runs against what your mind would have done. You will feel a burden lifted and be free of frustration.
How do you recognize the guidance of your heart? Sometimes we hear something or something comes to us out of the blue, or a happenstance occurs – the point is that it happens without exerting the power of your mind.
But to hear the guidance, you have to be open to receiving it. Asking for guidance is not enough. You must listen for it and recognize it. You have to stop yourself from figuring out in your mind how to fulfill your desire because that will cause you to not hear the guidance.
Perhaps the most challenging part of saying "your will, not my mind's" is that the universe often if not always works more slowly than your mind would like. We like things to happen on a certain schedule; you must let go of that attachment. Otherwise, this waiting, delay, can be frustrating and cause you to doubt the guidance you've received, or the ability of the universe to deliver on your desire.
Do not lose faith in anything other than your mind's ability to protect you and guide you to do what is in your best interest. Trust in the process.