The four-character idiom shinkiitten meaning “Complete Change of Mind” is composed of the words 心機 (read shinki) meaning “one’s mental state or attitude” and 一転 (read itten) meaning “complete change”. Complete Change of Mind (shinkiitten) means a complete change of attitude or to completely change one’s view of the world.
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