Dominican Spirituality: Principles and Practice by William Aquinas Hinnebusch, OP is an excellent resource for understanding Domincian spirituality. He lays out a basic understanding of the Dominican charisms, namely that Dominican life is contemplative, apostolic, liturgical, doctrinal, fraternal, and sacrificial.
Saint Dominic integrated “the assiduous study of divine truths” with monastic observances as the structure of the Order in addition to the solemn celebration of the Divine Office and the religious vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Lay Dominicans live out the charisms of the Order by incorporating the Four Pillars into their regular life.
The 4 Dominican Pillars for the Lay Dominican
Prayer: Mass, Liturgy of the Hours, Rosary, private prayer
Study: Sacred Scripture, Lives of the Saints, Church documents, etc.
Community: Living a sacramental life, monthly meetings, annual retreat
Apostolate: Evangelization, catechesis, social justice
Contemplare et Contemplata Aliis Tradere
To contemplate and to hand on the fruit of contemplation
Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare
To Praise, To Bless, To Preach
If this sounds like you, perhaps you are being called to the family of St. Dominic!
Additional resources on Dominican Spirituality:
Dominican Principles of Spirituality by Pie Regamey, O.P.