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Spiritual book
Geometry insights
E-book available

Have you ever experienced personal growth through means of sacred geometry in a spiritual book? You can find these unique concepts in the book UniPhi. It tries to evoke certain feelings by interpreting different shapes and analysing what geometry is all about. Sacred geometry is not as abstract as you would think and goes far beyond shapes. Let me enlighten your mindset with these personal visualisations.

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Discover your passion through the sacred geometry shapes in this spiritual book

UniPhi is a spiritual book that gives you insight into your true passion and dreams through sacred geometry. It can be considered as a personal development book in which different 3D shapes allow you to be aware of a hidden layer in geometry. It isn’t limited to shapes, but it can be seen as a frozen moment of infinity, just like a picture is a frozen moment in time. Sacred geometry shapes are open to interpretation you can compare to an optical illusion. Some shapes can trigger memories or deep feelings whereas other shapes give you the ability to recognise certain music, art or material things that are important to you. It shows that your mind does not work in a linear fashion. Geometry is a unique language of associations and positive or negative vibrations you need to explore!

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Do you want to find your deepest feelings through sacred geometry shapes in my book? You can now buy your e-book online in the webshop. It is also possible to support me with donations online. This way, you can help me to publish UniPhi and print a hard copy of my book. Feel free to read about my travels on my personal blog where I challenged myself to find the real me along the road. You can always contact me via e-mail or call +32492794195 for more information.



Bart Inghelbrecht