Of Two Minds Meaning
(idiomatic) Undecided or unsure; equivocating; conflicted in one's opinions.
Example: 1919, Upton Sinclair, Jimmie Higgins, ch. 22:
[Y]ou could not be indifferent to the war, you could not be of two minds about it. And yetâ€”Jimmie Higgins was of two minds! He wanted to beat back the Huns, who had made all this fearful mess; but also he wanted to beat the profiteers who were making messes at home.
2006, Richard Zoglin, "10 Questions for Bette Midler," Time, 19 May:
I'm of two minds about Vegas. I think Vegas is strange, and I don't know where their water comes from. But as a town and a place for an entertainer, there's . . . no other place you can go to where you can just sit and do six weeks at a time and have your band and your staff be so happy.