To get this word out there.
“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” Aristotle
I love this stuff. Both of these are more than surface words, think about this.
So I looked up the meaning of inward in the Webster’s Dictionary, the # 2. meaning is of or belonging to the inner nature of a person; mental or spiritual. Or part of #4 is an inward understanding of the poetic mind, inward lyricism, intimate.
Then significant #3 having or conveying a special or hidden meaning; suggestive #4 of or pertaining to an observed departure from a hypotheses to large to be reasonably attributed to chance