If you read and ignore all else I ever write, take this to heart: document your spiritual journey. I beg of you to do so.
Keep a journal, a diary; write it using the notepad on a smartphone, write it on sticky notes, buy an expensive journal, or use a voice recorder or even make YouTube videos; I honestly don't care how you document your journey, just do so.
Why, you may ask, am I so very insistent?
Because of the numerous benefits of reading through your own spiritual history.
If you keep something like a practice journal and a dream journal, you can then proceed to review these things later on. If you write a more general spiritual journal, you can do the same thing.
You'll see patterns emerge over time- tendencies to get stuck on something or to be truly transformed by something. Dreams will reveal the concerns your mind has and what you could be doing.
That's an interesting point: I wanted to write "should be doing" but chose "could be doing" as the dreams, like divination, show us possibilities and paths without necessarily making those determinations for us.
Some things do seem to be determined, though.
I want you to do, dear Reader, that whomever you may be, in this moment, the Grace of God is with me, and I love you as Christ loves you. Take this precious moment and go in peace and serve the Indwelling Lord.