Hundreds of books and texts on sacred geometry have been published over the centuries, from the days of Pythagoras.
The Hindu religion also is big on sacred geometry and cabalistic oriented measurements and architecture. This is a "plan" for a Hindu temple based on the diagram of the Perusha, or "Cosmic Man." The ancient Hindu architectural sutra (rule) proclaims that, "The whole universe is present in the Temple in the form of geometric proportion."
In the Hindu practice of Yoga, the participant bends and twists his or her body parts and limbs into specific forms symbolic of universal energies (Drawing from book, Sacred Geometry, by Robert Lawlor, Thames and Hudsen, London, 1989, p. 92)