open your mind to

open (one's) mind (to something)

To be, or cause someone to be, receptive to or prepared to consider something, such as a topic, idea, opinion, perspective, etc. Being in college really helped open my mind to the huge myriad of beliefs and ideals to which different people around the world adhere. I know you're hesitant about seeing a psychic about this, but try opening your mind a bit—you might be pleasantly surprised!
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open your mind to

be prepared to consider or acknowledge; be receptive to.
See also: mind, open
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You poor deluded girl,' she said, 'don't you see that you can't open your mind to particular suspicions of one of the two, without opening your mind to general suspicions of the other?
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Now that you are here in a country that has the type of people you despise so much, I hope that you open your mind to see that all the hatred you have been carrying for more than 70 years of your life has been wrong.
Golfing with the help of a computer is certainly different, but if you can open your mind to a lesson in a bay, you might enjoy it.
In summary, this edition was designed to open your mind to the possibility of membership in and use of CoPs.
You've got to open your mind to these things - there is a lot to learn in the world.
Open your mind to the 'Challenges' we face in a global trading environment to be successful.