I love this passage. In it we are told of the work that Wisdom is has done: built her house, hewn her pillars, slaughtered her animals, mixed her wine, and finally Wisdom boldly calls out her invitation to come and eat at her table and be changed.
Wisdom is often found in the practice of the the spiritual arts which are highly reflective -- Lectio Divina, centering prayer, contemplative reading, perhaps drawing, singing, dancing. Over time, they make a significant difference in our lives. When we come to Wisdom's house, we will learn to work as she has worked through the ages and in that work we will lay aside our immaturity.
So, walk in the way of insight, learn, listen, do the next thing the simple thing that may be something you have avoided for a long time, don't only sit in silence.