Edward Douglas Fawcett The Philosophy of Imaginism
The secret of imagining is the greatest of all problems, to the solution of which every man should aspire; for supreme power, supreme wisdom, and supreme delight lie in the solution of this great mystery.
Fawcett was a philosophical Idealist who posited the Imagination as the fundamental reality of the Universe.
The Individual and Reality and The World as Imagination are large philosophical works.
Neville's first book Out of this World is about setting up events in what seems like our 'future' and allowing the 'bridge of incident' to connect you to that 'future". This is what Neville calls 'thinking 4th dimensionally'. In a sense we are living in a dream, within a dream within a dream across multiple dimensions of awareness. This is why daily re-vision is such a powerful practice.
In his books, The Serial Universe, Experiments with Time, Dunne proposed that our experience of time as linear was an illusion and that the past, present and future were continuous in a higher-dimensional reality and only experienced sequentially because of our mental perception of them. He proposed an infinite regress of higher time dimensions inhabited by the conscious observer, which he called "serial time."
J.W. Dunne, An Experiment with Time and The Serial Universe - available on Amazon.