To be distracted, etymologically, is to be "drawn apart". The opposite of distraction therefore may be more skilfully called gathered rather than undistracted. Does our way of relating to the activity of the distractible heart-mind create dukkha (stress and reactivity) or release into a gathered and harmonised freedom?
Exploration of the four principles of the Satipaṭṭhāna refrain: Ardent, Fully Aware, Mindful and Free. Learning what it means when: 'one abides independent, not clinging to anything in the world' The freedom of letting go of everything.