ARIZAL writes in depth about kavanot (intentions) that one should have in mind during prayer. Each segment of a daily prayer corresponds to a specific Olam (world), to a specific Partzuf, to a specific Sefira, to a specific Divine Name.
There are many books out there that describe these Kavanot – the most known one is by CHIDA, but this prayer book requires such a high level that probably won’t work for majority of people.
I was able to find a solid siddur, composed based on commentaries of Matok Mi’Dvash – known authority in Kabbalistic texts. This siddur summarizes key kavanot, specifically focuses on combination of YHV”H/ADN”I letters and spiritual worlds as they relate to each part of daily service.
The siddur is available both in Sefard and Ashkenaz. Highly recommend to anyone who tries to follow ARIZAL’s teachings.