How do we Tap into our Intuitional State of Consciousness

How do we Tap into our Intuitional State of Consciousness

Certainly not by brainstorming, but by a state of inspiration that we are all familiar with which is like falling I love… Think back to a time when you fell in love. It’s doesn’t matter how old we are when it hits, we fly. It’s because to a great extent, we allow ourselves, somewhat unconsciously, to lose control about what happens, we just follow our feelings. The mind is rarely involved; it is a matter of the heart. It is a feeling of lightness, joy, light-heartedness, and flow in the moment. In such moments, you can pull off anything, even though your job, your boss, your employer, and the world hasn’t changed a bit. You simply let go, and follow through with your energy, not against it, and open yourself up to whatever happens. And as long as the situation continues, only one thing is vital – that you don’t hold on for dear life out of fear that it might all disappear. For as long as you can linger in this trust, and dare to discover the present moment, and enjoy the overflowing energy, you will experience a “golden age of Inspiration” in all aspects of your life. Simply put, weave your heart and your mind together on one strand in the same direction – that is inspiration.

In a corporate context, that certainly doesn’t mean that you have to fall in love with your coworkers, boss, clients, suppliers or shareholders, but if you immerse yourself in the same kind of flow, you will achieve similar results. The password is awareness. What do I mean by that? Do you remember the inherent potential of one’s mission ? I couldn’t have simply conceived of a mission in life, it is something that continuously unfolds itself like a red thread through my life, which took hold as soon as I was ready to open up to my senses and see straight through to my potential throughout life crises and jolting turning points in my life. That is mindfulness, a consciousness, which allows us to see our true potential beyond our unconscious or conscious judgements.


Change_Leader_inside_www.stefan-goetz.com_113If you choose to engage in judging others, not only will you put them in a cage, but yourself as well. The chances that a caged bird will want to fly away are low. So if I myself live with this awareness, I allow not only myself to live out my highest potential, but also all of the people in my surroundings. Behavior coming from this awareness leads to inspiration for all. In contrast to our previous behavior, we take joy in making mistakes, because without trying, nothing is possible.


Especially keep in mind, if you lead your team by fear, pressure, and incentives, it can have an enormous effect on your drive over a short period of time, but in the long run, it can also have disastrous effects on innovation, because then nobody is open to make mistakes. Instead of taking a new route, we search for consensus with the herd, and live far below our potential, no matter in what position and at what level in the hierarchy you may be. Even worse, when we are driven by fear, consciously or unconsciously, we use up so much energy in hiding ourselves, so that nobody can know, perceive, or sense how we truly see ourselves or the world. The result: We run like mad at 120% and produce a lot of activity that uses up a ton of business resources, which is often connected to a competition having to do with limited resources. At the same time, our efficacy turns out to be way under a 100%.

Using awareness as a password for inspiration and intuition helps all of us to access collective consciousness, which leads us to intelligent and sustainable solutions for the complex challenges of the future – which serve us all.

weekly excerpt from the book THE NEXT WAVE IN BUSINESS
whishing you an inspirational week with ease, grace and joy,
yours, Stefan Götz+




  1. Pedro S. Silva II Author March 30, 2015 (1:05 am)

    Falling in love is probably a great example of a time in our lives when we are willing to rely on our intuition and takes risks without fear of judgment or reprisal for mistakes we might make. But the question is how can we sustain it? My thought is to look at children who are in love with all that they see. They are pure presence and rely wholly on intuition until taught to do otherwise. What are your thoughts on that? I’d love to hear them.

    • Stefan
      Stefan Author March 31, 2015 (5:45 pm)

      I can relate to what you are suggesting about children. It is that state of innocence, I believe, that makes all the difference. When we judge we become prisoners of our own judgements, but if we believe whatever happens to us is just a playground for our purpose we tune into our being. The being of innocence. Can you relate to that?

      • Pedro Silva Author April 1, 2015 (1:44 am)

        Yes. I can relate. I’m probably closer to a child in the way I see the world than most people my age. Perhaps it is the poet in me. I look for harmony. I expect it. Though even this is a step removed from the presence of a child, when I find the harmony that I expect I am instantly transported back to that state.