I have heard people say that they walked into a room full of people, and said, "It did not feel right to me." Then they go on to tell me what was wrong with the people, the room, the atmosphere and so on. They never say that anything is wrong with themselves. What I have found in my own experience is that when I say a group does not feel right to me, the real issue is that I do not feel right with me. How do I know this? Because when I keep going back to the same group of "not right" people, listen, interact, say hello, simple stuff, after a while, the "not right" people begin to be plenty right enough. Did they change? No. Guess who changed?