yogaś-citta-vr̥tti-nirodhah
Yoga stills the mind´s fluctuation. (Patañjali 1.2)
The word Parinama from the Yoga Sutras of Patañali has different meanings -  amongst others: transition, transformation, of change, result, consequence, mutuative effect, alteration, natural laws or functions of nature.
The Yoga Sutras of Patañali, written aproximately 200 before or after common era by the sage Patañali succinctly outlines the art and science of Yoga meditation for Self-Realization.
It is a process of systematically encountering, examining, and transcending each of the various gross and subtle levels of false identity in the mind field, until the jewel of the true Self comes shining through.

Yoga Sutras of Patanjali Interpretive Translation
(Swami  Jnaneshvara Bharati)

3.15: kra-anyatvam parinamah-anyatve hetuh

Change in the sequence of the characteristics is the cause for  the different appearances of results, consequences, or effects.

3.16: parinamatraya-samyamat atita-anagata-jnanam

Samyama (meditation) on the three types of change gives rise to knowledge of the past and the future.

4.2: jattyantara-parinamah prakrti-apura

Physical transformation engenders inner transformation of the form of existence.

4.14: parinama-ekatvat vastu-tattvam

The uniqueness of change comprises the essence of everything.

4.33: ksana-pratiyogi parinama-aparanta nirgrahyah kramah

The experience of a sequencing process of moments and changes comes to an end, thus making chance (kramah) a real experience.

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