Date Selection (擇日)

Date Selection: Danger Day

The idea behind the 12 Day Officers Method of Date Selection lies in the use of Qi that best matches the activity.

•   Establish 建 (Jiàn)
•   Remove 除 (Chú)
•   Full 滿 (Mǎn)
•   Balance 平 (Pīng)
•   Stable 定 (Dìng)
•   Initiate 執 (Zhǐ)
•   Destruction 破 (Pò)
•   Danger 危 (Wēi)
•   Success 成 (Chéng)
•   Receive 收 (Shōu)
•   Open 開 (Kāi)
•   Close 閉 (Bì)

Danger Day (危) comes from the word crisis. In Mandarin translation would be 危机 (wēi jī). What it actually denotes is the opportunity that comes with crisis. This would primarily explain why Danger Day in Chinese Almanac – Tong Shu (通书) flag this as a red color dates.

Danger Day (危) are typically use for religious worship, activity commencement, program launches, groundbreaking, bed positioning and dismantling objects. But are not being used for high risk sports activities. It is also necessary to avoid being in very high places or at sea during Danger Days. As well as, it is also best to avoid commencing a long-distance journey on a Danger Day. Thus, avoid for marriage or burial.