Architects have a quick mind and are active people. They are used to manage an overload of information, concentrating deeply between levels of abstraction, as if in trance. When everything goes fast and well, you may have experienced this flow as featured in Vannessa Mae's "Storm" from Vivaldi's Summer of four seasons.
Almost paradoxally, architects must also sit back, be at ease, and take the helicopter view.
As someone told me recently, architects have eyes (and other senses) that allow them to observe harmony without giving it much effort, another form of trance, which is supported by "Gnossienne nr 1" from Eric Satie.