The imagination at its core is good because it comes from God who created each one of us with an imagination. God imagined US before He created us. When we are curious for answers, it can trigger our imagination to become creative in finding unique solutions.
And all who heard Him were astonished at His understanding and answers. (Lk 2:47, underscoring added)
When you need answers, turn to the Lord Jesus Christ and to the Word of God.
For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened. (Mt 7:8)
When we ask questions or seek for answers (in the Lord), God will bring us the information that we need in wondrous and miraculous ways.
But let each one examine his own work, and then he will have rejoicing in himself alone, and not in another. (Gal 6:4)
When we examine our own work, to determine its excellence or ability to meet a specific need, then we may rejoice over our work and what we have accomplished for the glory of God and His kingdom.
We need to develop our imagination, and in order to do that we need input from numerous other people. So we need to build friendships and relationships with other, talented people. As we do this our neural networks develop and we use more and more of our brainpower!
Imagination takes us to new places and helps us to envision new possibilities. Don’t limit people to your view of the world or to your life experiences. Create a judgment-free zone in which to grow your imagination. “Big Imagination” should equal “big sense of humor” as well.
Think of (imagine) the good and excellent things that God has given to us. (Phil 4:8)