The highest stage of known human consciousness is Christ-centric. However, I hesitate to use the word Christ-centric because the word Christ has, for most people, been defined by ethnocentric streams within Christianity.
The next stage in human consciousness is world-centric (everybody). At this stage, usually beginning in adolescence, a person can see reality through the third-person perspective. They are capable of thinking in global and universal ways — not just through an ethnocentric view.
The next stage of consciousness is ethnocentric. At this level, the person has evolved from complete egocentricity (me) to tribal sentience (we), where they are mindful of what’s in the best interest of the group they belong to.
The earliest stage of human development is what we refer to as egocentric (the “me” stage) because, at this stage, one cannot take the role of another or walk a mile in another’s shoes.
Growing up is part of life. We connect with others and mature in love, and move from one stage to another of normal human development. An evolution of consciousness where the way we perceive reality moves from 1st person, to 2nd person, to 3rd person, and so on.