When any being is referring to a path, they typically wish for you to do things that align yourself with them and their wishes. Typically, there are three things for them.
The first is to integrate them into your life. Items should be obtained in devotion, possibly a statue to care for in an altar or other items she may have been personified through.
The second is to include them reverence. Watching for deeds and events they may have orchestrated and thanking them for it. Sometimes the greater deeds you think they may be involved, may call for an offering that befits her. It can be anything, but typically the offering is sacrifice, meaning you give up something that is worth to you, to express your gratitude.
For instance, in biblical stories, those who would give up their animals for their sacred deity, were shown more favor than those who would only give first harvest. This is not to say they do not care, but one of these things is harder to obtain and replenish, and livestock tended to equate to one's wealth, more than their farmland. The offering can be anything that is of good value. Not something that is easily obtained, if you catch my meaning.
The third is usually living by that being's virtues and ideals. Take Athena for example, my matron goddess. She upholds the law she decrees, but she creates fairness and she expects true justice. Justice in the law is often fine, but she wishes to know the concept of what true Justice is, something our government would directly oppose. Today, a rapist may be someone who faces just a life in prison. To an Athenian court system, such a felon would face much more severe Justice, in probably execution. Things like this.
Each of the divine beings have attributes about them that they look in their followers. Zeus looks for strong fertile men who take ownership of their responsibilities in land. Ares looks for strong warriors or soldiers who know how to fight and protect themselves. So on and so forth.
Do the research and that path will become clear. If all else fails, ask them and listen intently, and, above all, patiently. Your answers will come.