If you are interested in becoming a member, you will need:
- some experience of meditation
- a basic understanding and experience of ritual
- to be able to attend group meetings - that's where the work of our Order takes place.
- to welcome debate, contribute to it and share your ideas.
- a respectful attitude towards others
- to be able and willing to spend time in meditation and study outside group meetings.
You must also be above the minimum legal age for your country of residence. In the United Kingdom this is 18 years of age.
Although not essential, you may find it helpful to be familiar with a mystery or esoteric tradition. This will give you a foundation on which to build.
The British Martinist Order does not have a correspondence course, so to be a member you need to be able to attend a working group or be willing to set-up a new group in your locality.
There are working groups in the following locations:
Welwyn Garden City (Hertfordshire)
New Quay, Ceredigion (Wales)
Arkansas (Study Group)
Brazil (Portuguese Language)
Cachoeira do Sul
Even if there isn’t a group in your area, please do not let this put you off applying as there might already be other people in your region that would be willing to set-up a new group.
If you wish to apply, please print this form, complete it, sign it and post it to the address on the form.