Across the Scriptures of sanathan dharma, a particular classification is as follows:
Universe/world, Senses of body, manas, buddhi, and para brahman.
One needs to attain para brahman, which is generally called moksha. Buddhi can be viewed as the container of intelligence or knowledge useful for attaining moksha. Mahavakyas is then enough for buddhi. The key task is then to stabilize manas on para brahman using buddhi.
In this context, Can I say that the contribution of manas is more than the contribution of Buddhi for attaining moksha?
Or am I wrong anywhere? If wrong then how Buddhi need to contribute more than manas for attaining moksha?