Look, friends, I see a good many of you on here who are incredibly anxious. Lots of questions are rooted in the idea that somehow you have to feel called or somehow God has to put something into your “heart of hearts” (whatever that means). You will have an incredibly difficult time discerning a religious vocation if what you’re thinking about is whether you feel called. It’s nearly impossible to weigh the relative values of emotions. What you need is clear, objective teaching from the Church.
I would recommend everyone read Fr. Richard Butler, OP’s book, “Religious Vocation: An Unnecessary Mystery.” Basically, Fr. Butler reiterates the Church’s perennial teaching on the religious life. It is objectively superior. We are all “called” to holiness - that is our end. What is the way of life which has the least amount of impediments to this holiness? Religious life. So, are you called? Yes. Every one is called. Do you desire holiness within the context of religious life? Good - then will to follow the Evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Find a community whose charism you can follow. Join. Live your life in service of the Church and we’ll see you in Heaven.