Definition of inner space in English:

inner space

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noun

1The region between the earth and outer space, or below the surface of the sea.
2The part of the mind not normally accessible to consciousness.
More example sentences
  • Now I have your attention, this week's real task is springcleaning your inner space from limiting thoughts and habits.
  • We're confronted by an infinite vision, one that ultimately deceives us as it shifts from outer space to inner space (while still retaining its concern with the infinite).
  • Well, it is always sacred, but you can't separate inner space from outer space.

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