What is “TRUTH”? Where does it come from? Where is it located?

what is truth? transformational life coaching and professional services

As a transformational life coach, these questions seem to be on the top of the list for clients. They all know there is a source, somewhere, and they want desperately to tap into it. The questions came up for me in a recent interview with Gunhild Lorenzen, a Transpersonal Psychotherapist from Brussels, Belgium.

What is truth?

Inner or Outer, Belief or Open Mindedness, Level of Experience

It depends on the individual’s frame of reference, I suppose. Some choose to qualify ‘truth’ as something they’ve been taught or read in a source they feel is valuable. Some choose to adhere to a belief system they’ve learned from respected religious teachers. Others choose to suspend their belief systems and prior learning when seeking truth, holding a few opinions as possible during the process.

In the latter, I find that truth often is perceived from the depths of experience one has relating to the previous inquiries and understanding from prior learning. We grow in our depth of understanding, even when the same ‘words’ may come in answer to the questions we pose. A recent high school graduate will have a far different understanding than their parents, for instance, even though the question is the same.

For me, Truth bridges science and spirituality in most cases. It has a ‘sense’ that resonates with my heart and mind, sometimes it even tingles throughout my entire body, like a warm fluid descending from the top of my head down through my feet. Most people have some kind of visceral experience when ‘truth’ comes to visit their thoughtmosphere, often unexpected and without fanfare.

Where does ‘truth’ come from?

Truth comes from a place deep within us and resonates when we find it. How we find it changes over time, based on our ability to ask better questions. Each question, of course, has the answer within it and it always begs more questions in my opinion. 

Truth comes from genuine inquiry into what makes us tick; how our form, fit and function relates to the world around us and the not-so-often referenced worlds within us. Inner and outer realities seem to have this urge to merge in nearly everyone I’ve spoken with who consider themselves truth seekers. There appears to be something built into us, a natural system of inquiry and reflection about life.

Where is ‘truth’ located?

It’s located wherever we find it. All, or at least some of our senses are involved in perceiving it in the moment it arrives. There is a symbiotic ‘click’ between inner and outer experience as well. Depending on the level of awareness one has, signs of it can be as simple as noticing a sound or a sight or a smell or a feeling.

Synchronicity plays a big part in the question/answer/resonance process. Things like a subtle sensation on our skin or a quiver in a muscle or an awareness of a tingle or twitch somewhere in our body. It might be a phone signalling a notification for something. If you use different sounds for notifications, each may mean something different if you’ve created that in your reality.

The most important thing is to learn to trust the subtle signs that reveal your experience of truth. At first, it might seem illogical or even crazy to consider such subtle indicators. There are far more shiny objects to consider, bells and whistles that are vying for our attention. Try it. Experiment and explore the possibilities.

Psycho-spiritual Technology in Self-Development Practices

I know we like expeditious experiences, quick fixes to the challenges we face in learning how to live a more aligned life, where aspiration, inspiration, qualification and vocation coalesce. How do we get to that place? Learning MP-Solfeggio blankhow to be still for long periods of time sure helps; allowing the mind to be adrift.

Like Einstein said in his definition of insanity being if you keep doing the same thing and expect different results…. we need different behaviors and thoughts. With the new thought and non-linear/non-local opportunities to shift consciousness into a new living awareness, there are many who are presenting possibilities now.

Psycho-spiritual technologies are on the rise. We’re learning more about how practices with and/or use of frequencies in both consciousness studies and alternative healing practices. The discovery of what works for each of us is still a hit or miss process. Each of us have different things that resonate with our needs.

One of the best tools I found is call the Multi-plane Awareness Technique, developed originally by William Swygard back in the 1950s. When I was first introduced to it in 1989 it opened me up like a lotus and life got kinda weird for a bit… a good weird, mind you. There was no recorded version of it, unfortunately, as it was done with a live facilitator back then… and still.

I looked for a long time, then decided to record it and share. It got some great reviews and probably a lot more potentially that folks were a bit skiddish to write about because of the high strangeness. A couple of years ago I re-recorded it and embedded the 9 Solfeggio frequencies in it as well; they fit perfectly with the 9 planes of consciousness presented during the journey.

Many analytically-minded or left-brained individuals feel these kinds of things are impractical if not incredulous. The reality is we are much more than with know, especially in combination with our mind/body/spirit complexity.

So with that, I’d like to share the latest version… 1 hour and 20 minutes, roughly. It safe and non-habit forming…. (well, maybe) Multi-Plane with Solfeggio Tones