About Lois

Lois is an Austin, Texas intuitive consultant and teacher. Lois started her intuitive work in 1990 by practicing on anyone and everyone she could find. Her professional career began in January of 1994. Soon after, in 1995, she started teaching intuition classes. Lois has a different delivery than most other intuitive consultants in that she assists her clients with processing information rather than just providing a… READ MORE

What Lois Does

  • Phone Consultations (For people around the globe)
  • Individual In-Person Consultations (Austin area)
  • Couples Consultations
  • Fifteen Minute Phone Consultations (For quick answers to acute issues)
  • Intuition Classes
  • Relationship / Dating Workshops
  • Relationship Support Groups for Women

Do You Know How to Break Up?

Most people struggle with how to break up. This is true no matter how far or how long the relationship has progressed or whether or not it is still in the “in love” phase. Often the actual break-up may inadvertently contribute to even deeper (and longer-lasting) wounds for the other person than the struggles that might have occurred during the actual relationship.

So how do you allow for a clean break that is both honest and kind? This guide will give you some simple tools to break up in a way that will serve the highest possible good for both you and your soon-to-be former partner.  READ MORE

Latest Q&A

Q. I’m a single 30 year old. I met a girl a while back who I completely adored immediately. We have the same interests and background and great chemistry. When I met her, she had a live-in boyfriend, but they were already on the verge of breaking up, so I pursued her and told her … READ MORE

The Most-asked Question Ever

The Error of Omission

The issue is deep. It is certainly not conscious nor is the behavior that follows. The act itself is breaking an agreement. Beyond that, it goes against personal beliefs of both partners. I am assuming here that agreements are made based on mutual beliefs. When one goes against their own personal agreements and beliefs, it seems impossible that guilt (or at least some discomfort) wouldn’t follow.

Here is the worst part. If one doesn’t tell, it becomes the second act of betrayal. Now you have the act of omission. Continuing on, every time the partner has the potential of finding out the truth, the act of omission happens again.  READ MORE


Don’t resist your destiny.
Don’t fight your way to it.
Tell the universe you are ready and waiting for what is next.
Then surrender.
Be still and listen.
Allow a moment of quiet every day so you can hear.
Be ready.
Be open.
Allow and create.
If you meet resistance or experience pain you veered off path.
Stop and listen again and again.
Move only when it is time.
There is no need to run to or from.
Float to what is next.
Invite in your destiny and then practice gratitude with grace.


(512) 445-0627 ~ intuition@ask-lois.com
Lois writes a relationship advice column for the benefit of the general public. Questions asked here will be answered on the Q&A page of this website. Your questions will be completely anonymous. Lois will not have access to your e-mail or personal information unless you choose to provide it.

*Specific intuition questions will not be addressed in this column, please contact Lois to schedule a one on one session.*