I am at a loss for the next stage of my life - but I am actually not comfortable calling Elubatel for it. I've called him to great success for works I've done for others (in the case of my family, it almost seems like one of those crazy NAP testimonials in the book), and those others have said, "why don't you call Elubatel for yourself." A couple of these people are fixated on the idea of me working with Elubatel for my own work (which I wouldn't discuss with them, anyway; that I told them what I did, was because it was on their behalf, and they were privy to it).
But not every entity is appropriate to everything! Like - I'm doing a very major personal transformation work which will weave together multiple things in my life. But my gut feeling is that a hypersigil is much more relevant to this work than Elubatel would be.
Honestly, situations like some of the ones I've seen reported on here, make a case for doing divination work before doing high-energy magick. Or, if you have K&C of HGA (or whatever is equivalent in your system), then checking in with HGA on what you're thinking of doing (my work I'm doing is directly prescribed by mine).
I don't bother divining when it's a simple type of thing - like doing a candle spell either immediately before or after applying for a bunch of jobs for which I'm already a competitive candidate. This tends to be relatively straightforward and I've given the magickal work a place to go - something to work on. There's relatively little chance my job will come as the result of some kind of misfortune to someone close to me, particularly if I specify that I don't want this to be the case.
But in doing high energy work where I visualize an end result but the "getting there" is pot luck - yes, in that case, I'd either want to check in with my gut feeling and or HGA, and possibly do divination.
Some of my most powerful magick has been "high" magick, no doubt, and where I did not do much physical activity beyond the magick itself toward making the thing happen. But some of my most efficient magick, where there were the fewest nasty surprises, has been low energy stuff toward a goal I'm already working on.