It takes work to plough through our own internal BS. And its multilayered, like a good Tiramasu, like our Koshas (the layers of our being). But once you get there, once you practice feeling truth it becomes so compelling and it feels so good, that you'll probably want more.
And then what happens is that what isn't truth starts to stand out. All the little lies we tell ourselves, all the way's we rearrange things so we don't need to be truthful, they begin to feel icky and uncomfortable. And the truth starts to become the nice place to hang out, and the rest begins to feel noticeably awkward and stands out.
The Yogi's were onto this.
Truth, Satya in Sanskrit, is one of the 10 anchors or ways of being the in the world that the Yogi's recommended on the path to Yoga. But Truth comes after Kindness, for a very good reason. Let Kindness be the precursor to truth telling, truth feeling, its King for a good reason.
Find a Yoga pose that feels true for you. It might be sitting, it might be lying down. Find yourself in it, in a way that feels good and find where truth lies in your body, where do you "Feel" truth the most, for some its the gut, others the heart, you might get it in a "sense". Start to find it and make contact.
This is a lifetime practice. It takes time.