We intended to contribute with an innovation for the study ofthe applied phenomenology to the field of the imaginary. It is a group of ideas that will allow to elaborate a phenomenological reading of Gaston Bachelard's aesthetic work. ln first place we will approach the husserlian notion of neutrality modification as form of opening road to the interpretation of the bachelardian imagination of the maUers. Continuously we will present some theories that demonstrate the possibility of a new phenomenology, the dynamic phenomenology. We will end with a type of introduction to another phenomenological attitude based on the topoanalysis and in the awake ego of the active imagination.