Take any negative statement - about yourself, about love, relationships, finances, your body, about any aspect of life - and put those three words - "It feels like..." in front of the statement, and you will change your life for the better.
Sound too simple? Ah. Try saying: "It feels like it sounds too simple."
"I can't get my financial life together," you say? Try saying: "It feels like can't get my financial life together."
"I don't know how to let go in sex." Change to: "It feels like I don't know how to let go in sex."
Make up your own and try it out.
You see, our outer experiences and circumstances follow the dictates of our inner statements to ourselves. When we make declarative statements like, "I can't stop smoking," for example, the Universe around us, which is one, big creation factory, just responds by saying "Okay! You can't stop smoking!" This is commonly known as the "self-fulling prophecy" syndrome. And the Universe is completely neutral about what you create. You can keep on creating the same painful experiences over and over until you're done with your declarations of your right to suffer.
But when you add "It feels like..." in front of a negative statement, you're acknowledging that it's a subjective, emotional perception or judgment that you're making, and so you won't activate the creative process.
Does this feel like it's too easy, too good to be true? Well, check it out and let me know the results of your own personal experiment.