Āśraya-parāvṛtti (Sanskrit; T. gnas yongs su ‘gyur pa; C. zhuanyi) refers to the transformation of the consciousness from an impure state (under the influence of kleshas) to a pure state (in which the kleshas have been eliminated). The term describes a key concept in the Yogacara school.
- Transformation of the basis (Buswell; D'Amato)
- Fundamental transmutation (Buswell)
- Conversion of the basis (King)
- Manifestation of the basis (Keown, Dictionary of Buddhism)
- Revolution of the basis
- Buswell, Robert E.; Lopez, Donald S. (2014), The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, Princeton University
- D’amato, Three Natures, Three Stages: An Interpretation of the Yogācāra Trisvabhāva-Theory.
- King, Richard (1998). "Vijnaptimatrata and the Abhidharma context of early Yogacara". Asian Philosophy. 8 (1): 5–18.
- Park, Sung-bae (1983), Buddhist Faith and Sudden Enlightenment, SUNY Press