Yoga Sūtra Chapter Three verse 9

vyutthāna-nirodha-saṃskārayoḥ abhibhava-prādurbhāvau nirodha-kṣaṇa-citta-anvayaḥ nirodha-pariṇāmaḥ ||9||

The disappearance of the tendency of rising up
is the appearance of the tendency of containment;
connective moments of containment in the psyche
is the transformation to containment.

vyutthāna - turned outwardnirodha - to contain, enclose, confine, restrainsaṃskāra - tendencies, psychological imprint, mental impression, habitual potency.abhibhava - disappearanceprādurbhāva - appearancekṣaṇa - momentcitta - psyche; mind; heartanvaya - connectionpariṇāma - transformation

Commentaries and Reflections

Paul Harvey:

The paradox of being in a state of distraction
is that we are actually in a state of focus.
Its just that we are focused on being turned outwards,
as in the tendency of being scattered,
as in Vyutthāna Saṃskāra,
rather than being focused on being turned inwards,
as in the tendency of being contained,
as in Nirodha Saṃskāra.
Both Saṃskāra are acquired tendencies
and thus we can cultivate a choice within our oscillations.
Commenting on Yoga Sūtra Chapter 3 verse 9