Word of the Day

The “Word of the Day” is a personalized service provided by “The Genie” Kabral Sharpe, president of Inner Access. It is an inspirational message designed to infuse a dose of inspiration, enthusiasm, wisdom and guidance into your day. In a world where we are easily distracted by negativity, the “Word of the Day” is a constant source of love and support. In addition to an empowering quote, the Word of the Day is accompanied with a short video clip to demonstrate the power of the words. The Word of the Day is emailed to clients and subscribers once a week.”

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  • Love

    Today’s Word is a quote by the Genie himself about love. The quote is followed by a beautiful, short video clip to demonstrate the power of the words. It goes as follows:

    “Love is the most powerful force in the universe. It is the essence of life. It’s energy permeates in every fiber of your being. It is the core of your make up and the foundation of all that you are and all that you desire in the world. The more you amplify the feelings of love in your daily experience, the more magnetic you become to increased success, and abundance that will foster additional feelings of love. Once you make this a habit, your life will be forever transformed and you will notice love everywhere.”

    “The Genie”, Kabral Sharpe

  • The Difference.

    Today’s Word comes in the form of a short story about “The Difference.” The quote is followed by a short video clip to demonstrate the power of the words. To view the clip simply click on the link immediately after the quote. It goes as follows:

    ” Once upon a time, a large, rough samauri went to see a small, gentle monk, hoping to acquire the secrets of life. “Monk,” he said in a voice accustomed to total obedience. “Teach me about heaven and hell.”

    The little monk looked up in silence. After a moment, the monk said with disdain, “Teach you about heaven and hell? I couldn’t teach you about anything. You’re dirty. You smell. Your blade is rusty. You’re a disgrace, an embarrassment to the samurai class. Get out of my sight at once, I can’t stand you!”

    The samurai was furious. A red flush spread over his face as he began to shake with anger, speechless with rage. Quickly, he pulled out his sword and raised it above his head, preparing to kill the little monk with one swift blow.

    “That’s hell,” said the monk.

    The samurai was stunned. What compassion and surrender of this gentle man who had risked his life to give this teaching about hell. He slowly lowered his sword, filled with gratitude. For reasons he could not explain, his heart became suddenly peaceful, appreciative, and loving.

    “And that’s heaven,” said the monk.


    Source: Unknown

  • Law of Attraction.

    This post is based on a quote by Rhonda Byrne, about the law of attraction. The quote is followed by a beautiful video clip that demonstrates the essence of the words.

    “The law of attraction is a law of nature. It is as impartial as the law of gravity. – Nothing can come into your experience unless you summon it through persistent thoughts. Your current thoughts are creating your future life. What you think about the most or focus on the most will appear as your life. If you want to change anything in your life, change the frequency by changing your thoughts.”

    — Rhonda Byrne

  • Comfort Zone.

    Breaking out of your comfort zone can allow you to achieve more than you ever thought possible. This quote from T. Harv Eker is very powerful and important word to be focusing on as we move through the Year. It is accompanied by a very poignant video clip that demonstrates what is possible and how we often limit ourselves.

    “Stretch your comfort Zone. Your comfort zone is in direct proportion to your money zone. Be willing to do what’s uncomfortable. It’s the only time you’re growing.”

    “If you are only willing to do what is easy then life will be hard but if you are willing to do what is hard, then life will become easy.”

    T. Harv Eker