idioms mind 2
all in your mind (not real and you are imagining it): Your painting has come out really well. Your fears are all in your mind.
boggles your mind (shock or surprise you): The amount of waste in the streets boggles my mind.
bored out of your mind (extremely bored): I was bored out of my mind with his endless talk.
bring or call to mind (cause to think of): Seeing you again brings to mind the happy times we spent together.
cast your mind back (try to remember): If you cast your mind back, you might recall that I never promised to work nights indeed.
change someone’s mind (make someone to change an opinion or decision): I tried hard to convince him, but I couldn’t change his mind.
change your mind (change your decision or opinion): I am not going, but if you are willing to go; I will change my mind.
come to mind (remember or think of): What would you like to eat? – I’m not sure, nothing coming to mind so far.