This is a similar issue to new programmers that follow the tutorials and guides, but find there isn’t a clear-cut roadmap of where to go. Everything seems to be either for beginners or experts.
There are a few strategies for dealing with this.
One is to start working with a system that is different from the one you currently use. This may require a different method of working and this would likely help later on. An example of this would be that if you’re used to working with Chaos methods, look for a system that uses more structure, such as Ceremonial magick. If you’re working with a system that uses more of an internal source of power, like Qigong, supplement it with something like Psionics.
Another way is to find an area that you have an interest in and start consuming more about it. This should involve practicing, as simply reading about a topic doesn’t impart the experience with it. Personally, I find that I consume enough to get started, then practice. Then I start a cycle between the two and take that as far as I want to go with that topic at the time.
One thing I do find useful is to grab something I consider as near the expert level and read through it. How much did I understand? What were some of the things I KNOW I didn’t fully get or maybe get at all? Note them and let them brew in your brain. After a while, re-read the material (or watch the video). You may be surprised at how far you’ve come.
Finally, if you can’t find any materials in topics you’re interested, you going to have to forge your own path. Try to find a related topic with enough materials to help you as a guide. There’s a lot out there, but sometimes you have to go to academic sources, find a similar practice to model yours after, and find your own way.