One of the most rewarding things when you discover your true element is seeking it out in real life. And yes, that would be your physical life. Actually experiencing your element through your senses is a wonderful experience. You feel part of it and get the sense that this is where you belong.
For my part it's pretty easy, since my true element is water, so all I have to do is go for a swim in the ocean. If your element is earth, go to the forest, or attend to some weeding in your garden. If your element is fire, put a match to something and watch it burn (I recommend a safe and controlled fire).
Air and space
In case your true element is air, you have a couple of options. The simple pleasure of talking to someone or listening to music is the air element, but you can take it a bit further and try out some paragliding, para shooting, or base jumping. It's probably on the extreme side, but if you are the adventurous type, why not?
Naturally, if your true element is space, you have a bit of a challenge, unless you are an astronaut getting ready for your next orbit.
On the other hand, space travel is possible these days, so don't say you will never get the chance to experience space. It might take a bit of money at the moment, but within a couple of decades it will be democratized like anything else.
The space between
Having said that, there are other ways of experiencing space. To illustrate that,