Meeting Aur See You, Life Consultant

Meeting Aur See You, Life Consultant

Bangkok-based Aur See You has worked with brands, including Red Bull, Nike and Philips, royalty, celebrities and political leaders. She consults, lectures and leads workshops on Dhaksa, an ancient holistic profiling system comprising personology, numerology and environmental pyschology. In short: she ‘reads’ people and houses, helping individuals through work or personal challenges by giving them the tools to chart the course of their own lives. Continue reading

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Aur See You: “When you’re tired, you take a walk in nature and end up re-energised.”

Your life. Your choice. Your destiny. – Aur See You

Aur See You consults, lectures and leads workshops on Feng Shui, numerology and Thai Dhaksa, an ancient personality profiling system. 

How would you describe what you do?

Everything in life is connected: your name, the time you were born, the clothes you wear, the house you live in. Since my grandfather introduced me to this idea more than 30 years ago, I’ve spent a lot of time studying how these things are connected and how the mechanism of certain things can influence – and even change – your life. Continue reading

"Design a House Around a Person" - Aur See You (left)

ARCHITECTURE 2.0 – Aur See You

Aur See You ‘reads’ people and houses, helping individuals through work or personal challenges by giving them the tools to chart the course of their own lives.

Where does your work take you?

These days, I’m getting increasingly involved in areas such as architecture. In fact, I’m currently in contact with a group of architecture students in Germany who came to Bangkok to ask my advice. Continue reading

Aur See You: Educational events and workshops.

CONNECTING THE WORLD – Aur See You

Aur See You returns to Channel 5 in August 2014 for a new show in which she visits people in their homes, advising them on the connection between themselves and their surroundings.

What motivates you?

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with an advanced stage of cancer. Doctors told me I had only a few months to live. They were wrong, however. I survived. But it’s given me an extra drive in life. I realised that if I had died, I would have taken my knowledge with me. I now feel the responsibility to share what I’ve learnt so it won’t be lost. Continue reading