American spiritual teacher Ram Dass shares about meditation:
Its delicate, because you have to practice from the place of really remembering why youre doing it, with some joy and appreciation. If you go into it with, Oh, I gotta do my practice, the practice will eventually clear that resistance out of you, but I dont necessarily feel thats a good thing. Thats what happens to people when they have to go to church every Sunday. I would rather push you away from spiritual practices until youre so hungry for them that you really want to do a practice, rather than give you a sense that you ought to do the practice or that youre a bad person if you dont do it, because you will end up hating the whole business. In the long run I dont think it will be good for you.
Spiritual practice is wonderful if you want to do it. And if you dont, dont.