Students of the Faith of the Pure Ray understand that on the opposite side of the planning circle are your enemies. When you are working to create the life you want, people around you start to watch and to follow you as you progress to see how you do it, and a long time forms, and they get into line, too. The allegorical devil is someone who is dragging you backwards in your progress, and when you start to move forward, after they have defamed you, they believe they must do everything in their power to stop you.
There is a continuum of people who are facing security issues, from someone who is concerned about what the neighbors are saying to those who are fighting for their lives. For most people, Diwali is about keeping good relationships. For some, it is a matter of survival.
The Faith of the Pure Ray teaches seven principles--Equality, Liberty, Freedom, Compassion, Abundance, Capacity and Tolerance, and if your plan to create the life you want is based on all seven principles, you are unbeatable. These principles are your security, and they allow you to walk forward and to create the life you want, even under horrific intimidation.
When you stand on these principles, you are turning the Universal Law of Cause and Effect into a tool rather than a punishment. You are fixed on a very high level, and your enemy is facing the backlashes of Universal Law.
On the opposite side of the planning circle from this first week of Hinduism is the midpoint in the Christianity/Creativity segment, and that is about having the tools you need to create the life you want. Christians have a plan, but their boogie pirates have attacked, and now they understand they have the tools they need to create their life.