I have noticed two things though.
First, like anything in life, the more time and effort I put into my morning sessions, the more I get out of them. Hardly a surprise.
Secondly, the prayer for revelation feels like the most pointless part of the session. I say it as sincerely as I can, but it's the meditation afterwards that calms my mind for the day. It's thinking about the good things in my life that brings home to me how lucky I am. It is these earth-focused activities that anchor me in reality and seem to benefit me in my daily life.
I'm not committing to continue daily meditation once the 40 days are up: if I do that, it'll feel like a duty and a drudge - I know what I'm like! Nevertheless, I like to think I won't immediately drop this habit.