Meaning of open one's mind to in English:

open one's mind to


  • Be receptive to.

    ‘she had opened her mind to new things’
    • ‘You just get to taste everything, and it really opens your mind to what's out there.’
    • ‘It's not necessarily that I understand all of it or believe all of it for sure, but it's opening my mind to so many more possibilities.’
    • ‘Your magazine has surely opened my mind to more reasons.’
    • ‘David's talk had opened her mind to what sort of horrible things could be in the things she was eating; quite contrary, she supposed, to his intention.’
    • ‘Just unleash your creativity and open your mind to new and memorable ideas for unique baby shower centerpieces.’
    • ‘The only thing one has to do to find it is open his mind to new and previously ‘unheard’ of ideas.’
    • ‘You've opened your mind to certain things, and you've learned how to treat yourself better.’
    • ‘‘I thought there had to be more to life than that and opened my mind to the opportunity of finding an alternative source of income,’ he said.’
    • ‘He opened my mind to a whole world of knowledge that I hadn't really explored before.’
    • ‘She feels that what she's learned about prisons has opened her mind to much more about ‘the social problems that plague our society.’’