Intuitive methods activate the subconscious and stimulate associations with completely different areas, from which, if necessary, ways of solving concrete problems can be adopted. Intuitive methods create connections with knowledge that has so far stood unconnected and was therefore not included in the search for possible solutions. Thus, through intuitive creativity methods, implicit knowledge (know-how) and pictorial, episodic knowledge (memory of images and imagination) are included in solution-finding processes in addition to explicit, retrievable knowledge. In particular, intuitive methods promote associative, disruptive thinking. We are led out of our habitual ways of thinking. However, overcoming the barrier to new ways of thinking also requires courage. We have to be willing to get involved.