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Postulant section

Duration: 3 months

In antiquity, if you wished to study the great mysteries, you would travel to a temple and petition for admittance as a student. If accepted, you would be known first as a Postulant, and would live, work and receive instruction in the first inner courtyard of the temple as you were carefully prepared for higher instruction, and observed for suitability for that higher instruction. If found worthy of continuing, you would be allowed into the next part of the temple, known as the Atrium or reception chamber. There you were known as a Neophyte and would receive preliminary instructions before being allowed to enter the main temple itself in order to study the higher teachings.

Fortunately, we don't have to go to such lengths today, but your admission into the Postulant section of the Order's teachings symbolically admits you into the first inner courtyard of a Rosicrucian temple where you will be given your first basic lessons about the great abilities and powers you already possess within your being, though possibly still very difficult to access. As a Postulant, you will spend two to three months going through the material we send you and generally becoming aquainted with the Order, its method of instruction, and its system of using relatively simple exercises and experiements to accomplish an opening up of the channel of communication between your outer day-to-day self, and your much more accomplished and deeper inner self.

QUESTIONS

  • I’ve seen other groups calling themselves "Rosicrucian"

    We are often asked if these other organisations are affiliated with the Rosicrucian Order. The answer is no, none of them are, though some try to pass themselves off as though they were in some way affiliated with us.

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  • What do the terms mysticism and metaphysics mean?

    The Encyclopaedia Britannica defines mysticism as "a spiritual quest for hidden truth or wisdom, the goal of which is union with the divine or sacred." In simple terms, mysticism can be defined as a discipline or way of life, the goal of which is to experience as all-inclusively as possible, the source of all reality...

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  • What makes the Rosicrucian Order different from "New Age" groups?

    There are hundreds of "new-age" groups, some of them doing good work in the advancement of humanity and its realisation of higher ideals and standards of behaviour.

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  • The Rosicrucian Order sounds like a religion. Is it?

    No, it may appear that way because of the high regard that Rosicrucians hold all sincere religious beliefs, and the fact that the Rosicrucian Order deals in depth with mysticism, something which lies at the heart of all major religions. However, the Order is not a religion itself, just as mysticism is not the exclusive domain of any particular religious belief system.

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  • What does the Rosicrucian Order teach?

    Members of the Rosicrucian Order are able to achieve their highest potential in all areas of life…, physical, intellectual, artistic, psychic, spiritual and more. The studies broaden the existing five senses of touch, taste, smell, sight and hearing through the stimulation and awakening of psychic analogues of these senses...

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  • Do I have to spend years of studying before I will realise any real benefits?

    No. Almost immediately you will begin to see your life in a different light.

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