There are three aspects to a simple spiritual practice:
A spiritual friend.
A mind of faith, diligence and wisdom.
Your spiritual friend doesn't need to be a guru. They should be someone who inspires you, someone you trust. They are compassionate and kind, with a gentle heart and an open mind. They don't need to have a fancy title, but they should be someone you admire and hold in esteem.
A mind of faith is one that has an admiration for, longing towards, and trust in what is authentic and true. With this as our compass, we diligently, day after day, month after month, devote ourselves to our practice. The result of this pursuit what what is authentic and true is wisdom. Seeing things as they are, we make connections, see implications. We gain certainty and eliminate doubts.
Our practice must be shared, so art completes the practice. Generosity as art, sharing kind words and deeds. We extend our love and respect to others. We listen, hear their pain, understand their problems. Dignity is a gift worth sharing for those who long for it.
These three aspects form the bedrock for a strong spiritual practice. They simplify the complexity of the path.