Torn, aren't you? I mean, on the one hand, it's something the Buddha could've said, isn't it? And who's to say he didn't, at least at some point in his long life, say something at least similar to this?
On the other hand, was the Buddha prone to three-second feelgood soundbites? Sounds a bit forced, doesn't it? In the scriptures, everything I've ever seen (I'm by no means an expert of any kind, mind you) took several hours of reading to get through.
So did he say this, or didn't he? The world may never know.
But it's true, isn't it? If you remove your own obstacles to your bliss, then what remains will be your bliss. I know it's easier said than done - and that is the whole point to Buddhism. Once we've established that there is a less-than-satisfactory condition to everything in the universe and in our lives - the First Noble Truth - then we can begin to explore what to do about it. And the first thing we learn to do about it is this: we begin to remove our own pre-concieved ego and desire - our attachment.
And that's where it begins.