Hello, I’m not sure that I understand your question but I will try to help:
Do you want the foil / mast / motor to jump clear of the water? Or do you want to avoid this?
In the image the rider is intentionally jumping the wing out of the water, the motor is not contributing to this jump (except providing speed).
To jump the foil and motor out of the water, all that is required is sufficient speed and placing pressure on the back foot, this is very easy for even an inexperienced rider.
Landing successfully is another story…
I am trying to interpret your comments, do you want to create a system that would avoid this condition?
If so this would require significant automation of either the motor (thrust vectoring) or active control of the rear stabilizer. I would recommend not attempting either of these things
Do you have much foil riding experience? I see in the comments you say you are a novice, with practise you can control the angle of attack to prevent the foil from breaching the water surface with balance, there is no need for any automation on the motor or foil to control this.