Isz - Thanks for asking! Some more clarification would probably help.
The Records show that life is composed of an event and a response (or a partial response that I call a reaction). So whether I'm giving an Akashic reading or an Authentic Response session, the focus is always on how to create more consciousness so that we can respond with greater and greater awareness and love. Our response can totally transform our circumstances, and is the only thing we really OWN while we're alive.
So an Akashic reading can definitely point out where we are reactive vs responsive, and offer some possible courses of action to complete with whatever is going on, and much more. The Authentic Response sessions will walk you step by step, to show you how to use any situation to become more conscious, so that every reaction gets turned into a response.
We know when we are reacting, because life will tend to repeat itself (similar jobs, similar issues w relationships, same limiting beliefs playing in our head, etc). A reaction is a partial body-soul expression, based on the past/future, motivated by conflict (i.e. fear, doubt), with an intent to control the outcome (i.e. if I'm tough then I'll never get hurt again). A response is a present-oriented, full body-soul expression, unrehearsed, motivated by our intention to be present, where our intention equals our outcome (i.e. I want to express love to feel loving).
Reaction - Helping others but feeling like we're over-riding ourselves and being a victim.
Response - Treating ourselves like we would treat our most beloved child, partner or friend. Then from being fully embodied, asking for what we want in each moment.
Reaction - Feeling like we're not a part of the team at work because we don't get properly acknowledged/recognized by our boss/co-workers.
Response - Slowing down and acknowledging ourselves whenever we need to so that we aren't projecting onto others. Actively acknowledging others and looking for something in common with them instead of strugglng with them.
Reaction - Having difficulties in relationships because we were abused, our parents neglected us, or we didn't have parents.
Response - Creating healthy boundaries and safety, which helps us identify our needs by witnessing what is happening in the present moment. Finding or creating a role model for parents so that we can start "marinating" in the qualities that we always wanted for parents. Becoming our own parent. Experiencing in our bodies that we are safe, welcome, and can have our needs met - so that we can create healthy agreements within our relationships.
Reaction - It isn't okay to say no
Response - By saying no when I need to, I'm saying yes to myself.
Reaction - I have to maintain a strong boundary all the time or I'll get hurt.
Response - I can shift my physical and energetic boundaries whenever I want, based on if I want to push away toxicity or receive nourishment.
I'll give you a big example of a client experience. I had one client that was sexually abused by her dad for 10 years. Within 1 month of working with her she was able to safely feel her emotions. Within 1 year (she was 37), she was in her first relationship that wasn't a re-enactment of her relationship w her dad, and she had been in talk therapy for years already. Other examples include manifesting a career/job, promotions, moving to a new location, stronger relationships - you name it.
Until we release our conflict, we continue to attract/manifest things that will help us resolve it. When we are conflict-free, we manifest our heart's desire.