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BioGeometry in architecture
BioGeometry addresses the "energy of shape" from a scientific approach. It highlights the relationship between shape and energy in demonstrating how shapes bring balance into energy fields. Energy is defined as the ability to produce an effect.

BioGeometry is a design tool, which if used can balance activities in ones life. Please comment on Dr. Ibrahim Karim's findings, which are namely that biogeometrical shapes have three primary vibrational qualities:

1. negative green,
2. a higher harmonic of ultra-violet, and
3. a higher harmonic of gold.

Only shapes which produce energy fields with all three components are BioGeometrical.

The most important component in spiritual energy fields is a special type of the negative green as mentioned above. It is at the core of all energy centers in the body and power spots in nature. Pyramids and hemispheres produce this vibration along their central axis.

The second component is a higher harmonic of ultra-violet, an invisible light which is the environment of angels and other light beings. It is a very purifying and relaxing vibration, which balances overactive organ functions and has a calming effect on the nervous system.

The third component is a higher harmonic of gold which, although on a much higher vibrational plane, is in resonance with physical gold (it is depicted by the halos around the heads of saints); it enhances wisdom and prosperity in a broad sense. On the physical level, it has energizing effect that balances the body's immune system.

BioGeometrical shapes are developed and patented by Dr. Ibrahim Karim in Cairo, Egypt, during research since 1968.

If this is accurate then how should it be sued in modern day design procedure?
Amy Eman Moselhi
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BioGeometry in architecture
In healing centers and hospitals, homes for the elderly, etc. That seems a helpful practical application, but it might take some real effort to integrate it in 'modern' architectural projects.
Eileen Webb
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