astausid dharim ekagra-
manasa susamahitah
prema-gadgadaya vaca
astausit—he began to offer prayers; harim—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ekagra-manasa—the mind being completely fixed upon the lotus feet of the Lord; su-samahitah—very attentive (without diversion to any other subject); prema-gadgadaya—faltering because of feeling transcendental bliss; vaca—with a voice; tat-nyasta—being fully dedicated to Him (Lord Nrsimhadeva); hrdaya-iksanah—with heart and sight.
Prahlada Maharaja fixed his mind and sight upon Lord Nrsimhadeva with full attention in complete trance. With a fixed mind, he began to offer prayers in love with a faltering voice.
The word susamahitah means “very attentive” or “fully fixed.” The ability to fix the mind in this way is a result of yoga-siddhi, mystic perfection. As it is stated in Srimad-Bhagavatam (12.13.1), dhyanavasthita-tad-gatena manasa pasyanti yam yoginah. One attains yogic perfection when he is freed from all material diversions and his mind is fixed upon the lotus feet of the Lord. This is called samadhi or trance. Prahlada Maharaja attained that stage beyond the senses. Because he was engaged in service, he felt transcendentally situated, and naturally his mind and attention became saturated in transcendence. In that condition, he began to offer his prayers as follows.

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