Synthesis of Tripikata
there are two kinds of Human beings- those who remember their origins and those who have forgotten. Those which remember are filled with light, love, and will power to see beauty, love, and joy in creation and who pursue the wholesome thoughts, speech, and actions which contribute to goodness and move through the wheel of dhamma with positive outcomes and progression towards the heavenly states. These beings live in freedom and liberation from pain and suffering and perform no evils. These beings live in virtue and shun vice like the oil which does not mix with water.
The material world is ruled by Mara the goddess of delusion- whose power over the mind and senses creates the dualistic nature of all things- pain or pleasure, good or bad, wholesome or unwholesome.
Those who are blessed or chosen to enter the path or ‘arhat’ or ‘holy life’ are given the extra refined sense of discernment and grace which allows them to practice the virtue of moderation and non-excessiveness to as to be freed from the extremes of pain and suffering and distraction to instead be able to focus on devotion, prayer, freedom from extreme pleasures and be able to focus on attaining wisdom, and leading others to the path by prayer and example.
Those who have forgotten their Divine spiritual origin live in pain and suffering (samsara) which is accompanied with delusional thinking, unwholesome speech and actions filled with darkness, ignorance, and unwholesome consequences of rebirth. The journey back to remembering is on the path of positive intent beginning with the desire for freedom and liberation from pain and suffering, followed by the acquisition of grace and wisdom through wholesome living, thinking, speech, and actions.
When the student is ready the Teacher will appear. The path through the Teacher is necessary to guide the student with knowledge and wisdom which eliminates mistakes, pain and suffering leading to liberation and freedom, to beauty, joy, and bliss. The Teacher acts as a transformer sharing the higher energetics with the students making it understandable for their mental ability and comprehension.