You have already turned toward God which is the first part of any spiritual journey. And you also want to release your grasp on those parts of your life that God may want you to leave along the side of the road because you will not need them for the rest of the journey.
For my wife and I the combined life of prayer and work, ora et labora, of Benedictine oblates was the path for us — but other people are drawn to the several other types of lay associations and far more people find that their spiritual path does not involve them joining any lay association at all. Each individual is different and is called for different work in God’s Church.
You know that you are at a point where “there isn’t one solution” for everyone. You are rightly wanting to know more of the options so you can find your own way.
You might want to review this list of lay associations and Third Orders to see if any speak to your heart.
In general, you know that most people in your situation will find the next step in stillness and quiet listening for God. Spend more time alone, in quiet Churches, before the Blessed Sacrament as Cathryn suggested, or other places where the world is hushed and you can hear God’s guidance. You have already made the most important decisions and preparations for the journey — you are ready for God’s leading.
God bless you.