Awakening the Christ Conscious Leader in You

Christ Conscious Leader

For many people, “Christ Consciousness” is often associated with New Age spirituality and considered something quite opposite to what Jesus taught. Some believe it’s just another abomination or the work of the devil, since it is not mentioned in the Bible and Jesus never made reference to it. However, what if “Christ Consciousness” is simply a term that refers to having the same mind and heart that Jesus possessed? What if we are really talking about the consciousness of unconditional love, which is at the heart of Jesus’s teachings? With this in mind, let’s explore the topic of Christ Conscious Leadership this week and examine three important decisions you must make if you choose to follow this leadership path.

Let’s begin by dispelling a myth: Jesus wasn’t a Christian, nor did he go around trying to convince people to become Christians. He was a Jewish spiritual master born in Palestine during the times of the Roman Empire, and his ministry had one core message: to love your neighbor as yourself, and to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. He dedicated his life to this teaching and to revealing the truth of the Kingdom of Heaven, for which he was killed.

After his death, Jesus was given the title “Christ,” derived from the Greek word “Christos,” which means “the anointed one.” This term has significant religious and cultural connotations, as it was used to refer to the long-awaited savior and deliverer of the Jewish people. The concept of the Messiah, or Christ, held great importance in Jewish tradition, as it was believed that this figure would bring about the ultimate redemption and salvation of God’s chosen people.

By being referred to as Jesus the Christ, after his death and resurrection, it is clear that he was believed to be the fulfillment of this prophetic role, a significant claim that continues to shape religious beliefs and also the cause of many controversies.

The Truth, The Way, and The Life

Central to Jesus’ ministry were his teachings about a truth so potent that it could liberate the human spirit. He declared, “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32). This truth wasn’t a mere collection of facts or dogmas but a profound revelation of the true nature of God, or The Father, as well as our true nature as the sons and daughters of God, and the divine connection within us.

Jesus didn’t only reveal the truth, but he also taught a way to God and the Kingdom of Heaven, which he always emphasized was “within.” This way is not about exclusive dogmas, but about embodying the divine qualities of love, compassion, forgiveness, and empathy. It’s a path of inner transformation that leads to salvation, a life filled with purpose, abundance, and the realization of our spiritual potential.

“The Way” to God through the Heart

In the early days of Christianity, the followers of Jesus referred to their faith as “The Way”. This term emphasizes that Christianity was initially seen not as a religion, but as a path—a way of living in accordance with the teachings of Jesus or, simply, following “His Way”.

To me, Christ Consciousness is the type of consciousness that Jesus embodied and strove to impart to his disciples. It is a way of being that is loving, caring, and supportive of all life, and allows one to live in harmony with the Natural Law and Order of the Universe. Christ Consciousness and Love Consciousness are essentially the same thing.

Christ Consciousness is another name for the purest vibration of love and kindness that flows from the Heart of God to our human hearts. It has nothing to do with religion, New Age, or spiritualism. It is the universal, cosmic consciousness or intelligence of the purest vibration of love in action, which was fully realized and embodied by Jesus the Christ, as well as every Awakened Master who has walked this earth. Awakening this consciousness within you allows you to bridge the gap between your humanity and your divinity, creating a sense of inner freedom and divine flow as you vibrate in unity with God’s love.

What makes you a Christ-Conscious Leader?

Leaders who fully embody Christ Consciousness don’t rely on the Bible, attending church, following religious dogma, or New Age spiritual ideas. Instead, they focus simply on this one thing: being loving. They are committed to being the most loving, forgiving, and compassionate versions of themselves and treating others the way they would like to be treated.

To be a Christ Conscious leader means, essentially, that you have fully realized the truth about God’s unconditionally loving nature, just like Jesus did. It means you’re fully committed to being an expression of God’s love in this lifetime and ultimately doing love’s work: nurturing, caring for, and supporting others. It means you’re fully aware the second coming of Christ is inside your heart.

This is why my Heart Leadership Training is essentially a training in how to fully embody the core teachings of Jesus but from a practical, human, and spiritual perspective, rather than from a dogmatic or religious perspective. It’s designed to help you become the most loving, joyful, powerful, and compassionate version of yourself because, as Dr. David R. Hawkins often said, “We change the world not by what we say or do, but as a consequence of what we have become.”

The Three Decisions You Must Make

If you’re interested in walking the path of Heart Leadership or Christ Conscious Leadership, there are three important decisions you must make:

The first decision is to follow your heart’s higher calling and the core teachings of Christ. This means deciding to:

  • Follow the path to God through the heart (unconditional love)
  • Confront any unlovingness within you, as both inner and outer dragons
  • Manifest your highest potential in this lifetime

The second decision is to support others along the path. This means being a source of inspiration, wisdom, and support to others who are walking the same path. Your Higher Calling includes assisting others who decide to follow their hearts and overcome their dragons so that they too can embark on the path towards their highest destiny.

The third decision is to master the nine skills of Heart Leadership. Just as military leaders and warriors are skilled in the arts of war, you must also develop the necessary skills that will allow you to lead, guide, coach, and support others from the heart or a place of unconditional love. This is the primary reason my Heart Leader Academy exists.

Join Our Heart Leadership Training Program

If you feel called to become a Christ-Conscious Leader, I’d like to invite you to join our upcoming Heart Leadership Training Program. Over the course of nine months, you will embark on a deeply transformative journey to cultivate the qualities of Christ Consciousness within yourself and become a model of love, compassion, and purpose.

Our comprehensive program is designed to help you:

  • Deepen your understanding of Christ Consciousness and its practical application in all areas of your life.
  • Embrace your heart’s higher calling and unlock your true potential.
  • Develop new coaching and facilitation skills to support others on their journey toward love and fulfillment.
  • Master the essential skills of Heart-Centered, Transformative Leadership.

Together, we will create a community of Christ-Conscious Leaders who are being the change they want to see in the world, while making a positive impact on the world through love, compassion, and purpose.

The Heart Leader Program starts on Tuesday, October 3rd, and there are still spaces available if you would like to join. To enroll in our program and learn more, please visit the following link:

Learn More About the 2024 Heart Leader Training Program

From my heart to yours,

Christ Conscious Leader

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