The following items I found in a book by the late Father Anthony Delisi, OCSO, a monk of the Monastery of Our Lady of the Holy Spirit. He writes in this book about Cistercian charisms, What makes a Cistercian Monk? His book is taken from a series of weekly Chapter meetings he presented to monks from 2003-2004. He offers these refections to Lay Cistercians to help them define what it means to seek God in the world and not in a monastery.
What is a charism? He defines a charism as that something that makes a monk. The following areas of formation, leading to transformation, are charisms that monks try to have in themselves. Some of them are:
Foundations of the Cistercian Monastery
Charisms of the Strict Order Observance Cistercians (OCSO)
Not all of these charisms are appropriate for Lay Cistercians, but many of them are. We use five: silence, solitude, pray, work, and community as cornerstones and try to implement the rest of them as we can.
See: https://thecenterforcontemplativepractice.org for my blog on contemplative practice.
See www.trappist.net to see the Monastery of the Holy Spirit and look under Lay Cistercians.