[A gist of some features purported by Ma-Mahajnan in the last chapter : ‘Universal Solution Offering Tranquility’ in one of her authentic titles : ”Unraveling of the Mystery of the Universe”. She had expounded miraculously all these difficult things in a state of ‘Conscious Trance’—ever spontaneous and eloquent, often offering us scope for tape recording. Be it material or spiritual all the while, the Mother appeared matchless.]

Knowledge Of The "Brahman", The Primordial Truth:
It's never possible to attain to knowledge of the Brahman--The Supreme Being, disregarding general knowledge. You can only have a comprehension of metaphysics. That grows with culture. That is all. At no time, it amounts to complete realization.
Go on culturing general knowledge. May renunciation be added to that? Slowly will dawn on you the realization of 'Brahman'. Not that you will first master one and then the other. Both have to be pursued at the same time. But it is never possible to attain to a positive knowledge of the Absolute, despising general knowledge, feeling contemptuous about His creation to be no more than 'maya' (illusion). This is more than a game of bluff.
Now the question is how can you speak in detail or attain to knowledge of that side which has been left out? Besides, unless you are caught in that action and reaction, where will general knowledge come from? Unless you get stuck in your work, your wits don't come into play, do they? Further, unless the wits are cultured, can knowledge come from?
Now come and own up freely—I don't have the capacity. If I get married, I won't be able to attain to Brahman. Yet it's true, the world will offer you this victor's garland—Oh, what an all-renouncing man or woman! Though they say that, there is no escape for you, dear.
Even if you don't marry, may have a family to look after. There are those brothers and sisters of tender age; helpless mother, widowed or not; pangs of poverty; old and crippled father, and so on. All this makes up a big enough family. Through all this come various kinds of action and reaction. When lot of your work is held up--anxiety, worry, helplessness—here's this mind of yours—here intelligence is called for (to help you tackle any situation you face.)
Slowly does this intelligence become operative. At this turn of affairs the mind, formerly helpless, rejoices—"Let that pass, I have become what I am through this process." True, this is true. There stands knowledge.

Profound Renunciation Begets Profound Knowledge:

If a person wishes to unravel the mystery, he's to set his foot on to know--where did this created world come from, how made, why, what for and so on and so forth. Thus do come his renunciation and non-attachment, eh? If he cares to know deeply, he's to renounce deeply.
But one thing. Don't let anybody know that you are doing research. Nobody should know. Moment by moment your mind is changing. See what shapes are being formed. All this comes to turning round the desire. As soon as you get down to research, your eyes will be riveted on that spot. The mind will be at rest and the rest of your work on other sides will be neglected of itself.
If you are essentially a research worker, you won't take much time—that's one thing. The other thing is this. The people around will cease to work looking at your research. You know they will honor you, offer you ovation. Your research spirit will evaporate; the ego will take over.

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Author's Bio: 

Ma-Mahajnan, a matchless spiritual genius, expressed her entire creation in a state of "Conscious Trance” which has all been stuffed with matters of highly philosophical values and related with strong literary sense. She could not attend even Primary School due to extreme poverty. Strangely, she was taught all by herself in the School of Nature. The weird and wonderful life is possibly the souse of her vast experience and profound realization. She was born on 17 July, 1928 and passed away on 22 January, 2011. The weird and wonderful life of Great Ma-Mahajnan is the source of our inspiration. Her profound realization compiled in more than one hundred of authentic books is far beyond imagination.

Asokananda Prosad, Ma-Mahajnan's first disciple, is an engineer, a philosopher and a philanthropist. Being the missing son—the eldest and the first disciple of Great Ma-Mahajnan, he has had to shoulder so many burdens of Ashram and Temple. He has long been translating Works of Ma-Mahajnan, written in Bengali, into English. The Mother didn’t just put those in black and white, but simply expressed, extempore and spontaneous, in a state of “Conscious Trance” and Asokananda along with his brothers and sisters got those tape-recorded. He now shoulders as: Director of Pub. Div. : Adarsha Prokashani; Editor of Journals : Nandan Kanan & Sudhi Sahitya; General Secretary : Ma-Mahajnan Vishwa Kalyan Trust; Secretary : Society for the Formation of Character and Sequence; Independent Scholar : Philosophy Documentation Center, Ohio, USA; A Leading Philosopher of the World.