Lectio Divina is not hard.
On the contrary, it is sheer joy!
You didn’t really say what was hard about it, or why you want to pursue it, so maybe that is a good place to start? I’m not saying you have to tell us here. Just reflect upon why it is you want to pursue Lectio Divina, and it might answer a lot of your questions right there.
There’s four phases. Lectio (Basic Recitation and Reading of Scripture); Meditation (Discursive Thought and Rumination Upon It); Oration (Speaking to and Responding to Scripture); and Contemplatio (A Reflection On All of It In Light of What You’ve Learned Through The Process).
Basically, I just sit and read scripture until something touches me. I then carry it throughout my day ruminating over it. I will talk with God and others trying to determine what it means per se, and then why it was I found the passage relevant to whatever I am doing in life at the time. Somehow it all just falls together naturally, and then I will contemplate appreciatively over all of it.
It’s not hard. You probably already do it in many ways. I think what you probably want is just to get the gist of how the prayer process proceeds, and then you’ll be good. In fact, you’ll really enjoy it.
Its a wonderful way of praying, studying scripture and growing closer to God.
Blessings to you!