Your sentence is confusing. I'm guessing you mean to say that life, emotions, consciousness, pain, and joy belong to the being(s) that inhabit(s) the organic or geometric forms. Because I don't understand how geometric forms can have any kind of emotions, etc.
"Compressed ontologically" doesn't make sense to me either. Reduced suggests that all the complexity of something can be conceptually condensed into a kind of shorthand concept. i.e. when we say "home" we mean something ontologically complex that has been condensed into this one word/concept which we term "home".
Also, you shouldn't say "compressed ontologically" because that is absurd. You cannot compress/reduce/condense something by means of ontology yet that is what your phrasing suggests.
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