BioGeometry™ was founded by Egyptian Architect and Scientist Dr. Ibrahim Karim (D.Sc./Dipl.Arch.-ETH, Zurich) after more than 30 years of research. Dr. Karim's breakthrough research identified a unique energy effect found in the energetic centers of all living systems. The natural function of this energy effect is to provide balance, or centering, to the different energy-qualities or effects within any living system. This one centering energy effect is detected through three specific energy-qualities that it manifests, and has been termed BG3. This BG3 energy-quality is responsible for maintaining the energy structures of all living systems, including the balance of the different energy-qualities involved. BioGeometry uses proprietary shapes, which interact with the peripheral energy fields of the body, to amplify the presence of this highly beneficial BG3 energy-quality, as well as to harmonize energy interactions with the environment.
On Dr. Ibrahim Karim's desk is an abstract figure with the inscription "Only those who see the invisible, can do the impossible". Chosen by his youngest daughter Doreya, it is the best description of him.
An Architect by profession; graduate of the renowned F.I.T. Zurich, Switzerland; with BA/MA,and D.Sc. in Tourist Planning. He occasionally teaches as visiting professor of Architecture at several universities. Dr. Karim owns: Alemara Consultants Architecture firm founded by his father Dr. Sayed Karim in the1930’s, who is the main pioneer of modern architecture in the Middle East and author of several books on the Culture behind the greatness of Ancient Egypt.
While still a postgraduate student, in Switzerland, a chance meeting with Dr.Mahmoud Mahfouz, led to an intellectual, philosophical conversation on hospital design and other topics. Dr.Mahfouz, later Minister of Health, appointed Dr. Ibrahim Karim as the youngest Consultant in the Egyptian Government, in order to bring innovative thinking to his Ministry. Dr. Karim worked in integrated health planning, and developed new design concepts of flexibility and expansion for health projects, and worked in the USAID project of Urban Health Development. In 1976 he was a consultant to Dubai's ministry of health, and is, since twenty years, a member of the British Royal Society Of Health, and founding member of the Imhotep society in Egypt, for scientific research in the alternative sciences. In 1982 Dr. Karim was consultant to the Minister of Culture, the late Mohammed Radwan; where he put the initial concept for the new Museum of Civilization to which the international appeal for funding was launched by UNESCO. Later on as consultant to the Minister of Tourism in 1985, he did the first tourist planning for the Red Sea and Western Sinai coastal areas. As a consultant to the Minister of Scientific Research in 1990, he was the principle investigator of the environmental pilot project on the Mahmoudiya Canal in Alexandria, and headed a committee, at the National Research Center, to research the effect of geometrical shapes on biological functions. He patented the first BioGeometrical shapes in 1993, others followed. He received an award at the international congress for inventors in 1998. His work as an architect includes several hospitals, residential, scientific projects, and tourist resorts on the Red Sea.
While renovating the museum of Ancient Egyptian medicine in 1972, Dr. Fawzi Soleiman Sowiha the director of the museum introduced him to the science of Radiesthesia and with him he met Dr. Khalil Messiha, who introduced him to the French system of Physical Radiesthesia and its Ancient Egyptian origins. In France at the Maison de Radiesthesie he acquired original books and instruments that of the pioneers of this science. Fluent in many languages Dr. Karim was able to combine modern concepts of physics, Harmonics, Perception, Pythagorean theories, to develop a new “Physics of Quality” and based on it a science of “qualitative" measurement: Egyptian Radiesthesia. It became the main research tool in his subtle energy research, supported by biofeedback and Bio-Imaging devices. Taking this research into Architecture, Geobiology, and Building Biology, he found the basis on which he developed his new science of BioGeometry.
Dr. Karim gives seminars and workshops, in Europe, America, and the Middle East. He is regularly on radio and television (e.g. Reuters, CNN). He had his own daily television program: "God grant me knowledge", during the holy fasting month of Ramadan, at the turn of the Millennium, on Egyptian Satellite Channel. Since March 2002 he has a weekly one-hour program on the Egyptian ‘El Mehwer’ satellite channel.
He did research in BioGeometrical organic planting with Prof. Peter Mols of the University of Wageningen in Holland, and conducted a workshop to find solutions to harmful Earth radiation at the Design Academy of Eindhoven.
In Egypt he joined the “National Hepatitis C Research Project” lead by the late Dr.Taha Khalifa, Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy of Al-Azhar University, where he achieved significant results. These significant results of the research were made public on air by Dr. Khalifa in a historic, often repeated, television program that included the former minister of Health, as well as prominent medical doctors, in the “Mesaha Horra” series presented by Isaad Younis on the Orbit Satellite television channel in 1999.
He is also discussing, with the governor of Alexandria, the ambitious futuristic project of the energy balance of the city. He is constantly traveling in the USA, Europe, and the Middle East, on consulting work in energy balancing of buildings.