Christ Consciousness – is it a real thing? It is Sunday morning during a pandemic, there is no church to go to and I have been thinking a lot about all things Spiritual. Realizing that religion is someone else’s interpretation of Spirit and Natural Law. I woke thinking about this topic. Since it is Sunday, it seemed appropriate to delve into it for myself.
What is Christ Consciousness?
Christ walked the Earth to teach of Love and forgiveness. There were many who were not ready for his messages and so, they persecuted him. Even today you see that what he taught has been perverted into something that works for the speaker not the Spirit in which it was intended. Then I hear in my head “Forgive them, for they know not what they do.”
Christ showed that he was not bound by the laws of their perspective, he was listening to Spirit/Father/Creator directly and provided an example to emulate. He was not the definition of perfect, he was an example of how we should love and heal this earth. In fact he indicated that we could and would do greater things than he.
How we should treat others, especially those who were in need, sick and in need of redemption. He never stood in judgement of others, knowing that they would have to find redemption for themselves. He has been the greatest teacher of love and forgiveness.
Three Magic Words
I am reminded of the book “Three Magic Words” by US Anderson where it is explored that we all are God. “I am God” so are you. So in that we have the consciousnesses of Christ within us. When we abide as Christ, and realize we are that our lives change in a way we could not conceive.
It starts with ourselves, to love ourselves as Christ would. We are by all means as holy as he is. It is hard to walk this path, we are human afterall. Acknowledge the struggle and move forward. That is all that is asked of us. To transform ourselves from judgement to forgiveness.
And who do we judge the hardest? Ourselves. So start there and begin, the rest will follow. The Christ consciousness is not so mysterious. Christ is teaching us to be ourselves. Know and understand the power of love and forgiveness. Simply put it is to be the best versions of our selves.