Auspicious Wedding Dates in October 2011

These are the good and auspicious wedding dates (結婚吉日) for the month of October.

Words may not always say it but both your
love will keep accumulating subtly like the snow.

You can use these auspicious dates for the following activities:
1.   ROM date
2.   Solemnization / Vows
3.   Delivery of Betrothal Gifts (过大礼)
4.   Delivery of Dowry (嫁妝)
5.   Setting up the bed for the couple (安床)
6.   Tea Ceremony
7.   Wedding dinner / party
8.   Wedding events (informal)
9.   Wedding ceremony

The following dates are all very auspicious and lucky days for the month. You can use it regardless of your race or religion. By filtering out the inauspicious hour to avoid conducting important activities indicated above, you now have a lot of flexibilities in planning the details of your wedding event.

As the following dates are not derived solely using the 12 Officers date selection system usually used in the Tong Shu, some of the days labelled as “No Good” in the Tong Shu are actually much more usable than it seems.

If you insist on the technical info, I derived the following dates by subjecting them to the standards of very stringent and well-known advanced date appraisal techniques:
1.   Dong Gong (董公)
2.   Qi Men Dun Jia (奇門遁甲)
3.   Xuan Kong Da Gua (玄空大卦)

The technique “28 Constellations (二十八宿)” is not used because these stars are constantly moving and the old texts with the old algorithm sequence is no longer accurate.

If you need further refinement (YES, it is still possible to further rank these good dates so please spare me the story that you paid a master 188 and all they did was flip some standard Tong Shu…), you can contact your Master for further assistance. But, if you would like me to tailor-rank the best dates within a month specifically for you and your partner’s wedding, I will further refine the dates for you using the below techniques:
4.   12 Officers Advance (十二值神密)
5.   Xuan Kong Purple White Nine Stars (玄空紫白九星)
6.   Xuan Kong Da Gua Advance (玄空大卦密)
7.   Ba Zi / Liu Zi Date Selection (八字 / 六字)
8.   I Ching / Yi Jing (易經)
9.   Dates that are helpful to fertility (only if you need to prioritize this)
10.   Dates that are helpful to money opportunities (only if you need to prioritize this)
11.   Dates that are helpful to recognition and support (only if you need to prioritize this)
12.   Dates that are helpful to harmony (by default, I will rank based on this)

As much as I would like to provide number 4-12 for free, they actually require very specific detail like your birthday info. Having the birth time will be helpful but not necessary. It also takes me a fair bit of time and effort to do this next level of refinement. Thus, I apologize for not being able to provide this next level for free. Just email me at for an exact quote. Yes, I will also help you adjust the Animal Hour to your local timing.

If you need help in deciphering the Animal Hours, just read the post “Animal Hour in Chinese Metaphysics I – Background“.

Auspicious wedding dates in October 2011…(10月結婚吉日)
a)   2 Oct
Not for Monkey people. Avoid Dog and Rat hour.

b)   4 Oct
Not for Dog people. Avoid Monkey hour.

c)   8 Oct
Not for Tiger people. Avoid Snake hour.

d)   11 Oct
Not for Snake people. Avoid Ox and Pig hour.

e)   15 Oct
Not for Rooster people. Avoid Goat hour.

f)   17 Oct
Not for Pig people. Avoid Snake hour.

g)   18 Oct
Not for Rat people. Avoid Snake hour.

h)   20 Oct
Not for Tiger people. Avoid Tiger hour.

i)   30 Oct
Not for Rat people. Avoid Tiger hour.

j)   31 Oct
Not for Ox people. Avoid Ox and Pig hour.

Auspicious “Popular Wedding Dates” in 2011(結婚吉日情趣之日)
a)   11 Nov
Not for Rat people. Avoid Dog and Rat hour.

b)   12 Dec
Not for Goat people. Avoid Rooster hour.

Congratulations to all the lovely couples out there!


About 7des7iny

Greetings blessed couples & visitors, I hope my humble blog will be helpful towards your hunt for that perfect auspicious wedding date. If you are worried about conflicting information from other sources that are equally reputable, just identify the common auspicious date and use it ^_^
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6 Responses to Auspicious Wedding Dates in October 2011

  1. pink woods says:

    Hello, I have something to ask not related to what you post, but I think you know a great deal about Buddhism. I was just wondering, do you know what the “Endless knot” in Buddhism means? I’d already search for it in google but there was only a small amount of info about it. Thanks.

  2. 7des7iny says:

    Hi there pink woods, thanks for visiting and also thanks for your gift on the “Endless Knot”.

    I may not know as much as you already do but thanks for allowing me to highlight some of the key impressions I have on the “Endless Knot”.

    It is said that there was a time before Buddha statues and images were common, art work embodying the important concepts of Buddha’s teachings were used instead. The “Endless Knot” is one of it.

    Examining the structure of the “Endless Knot”, you will notice:
    1. Order,
    2. Symmetry,
    3. Interwoven lines (resulting in contact lines in an otherwise rather independent plain circle),
    4. No starting and no ending (it is like a circle being bent to specific order and symmetry and contact with other lines).

    The above highlight these key points about the world from Buddhism’s point of view:
    1. Order = “Karma” = Things happen for a reason = Cause & Effect that supersedes beyond 1 lifespan,
    2. Symmetry = “Dualistic nature” = Black and white, or, Good and evil = Our mind that has learn to discriminate or cling on to relativity and thinks that such a perception is a reflection of the Truth,
    3. Interwoven lines = Everything is interlinked = Interdependency or cross influence = Things happen for a reason again = Life is complex if you just follow the lines / surface
    4. No starting and no ending = Karma going in “cycle”

    If it is a circle, it is hollow at the center. But the “Endless Knot” is endless like the circle, yet it is not really hollow (but there are still some “holes” to remind about “Emptiness” perhaps). For someone to create an “Endless Knot” from a circle to suggest the teachings of Buddhism requires some intentional crafting which suggests knowledge and overview (suggesting Wisdom). The act of passing it to others hope for more people to focus on the good lessons or positive thinking which then benefit them subtly since the focus away from Self (suggesting Compassion).

    Most symbols and even statues are usually used to remind us about the virtues or teachings in Buddhism (and to practice them daily). So, when we look at the “Endless Knot”, hopefully it reminds us about the possible nature of the world and the good values or states to maintain (Wisdom and Compassion).

    When people see such symbols they usually think: “Oh lucky!” etc etc and just let it end there. But Buddhism already said long ago something along the line of: “When in doubt, know that everything is fake (including Buddhism), and only Karma is real.” So, personally, I would take seeing such auspicious symbol as a cue to mean, “OK, time to practice some more universal virtues before the busyness of life creeps in again.”

    Hope that helps.

  3. pink woods says:

    Wow, that is very insightful! Thank you, it helps! 🙂

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