That's how it's put. The incarnation/human/son prays to his source/father/god. Same essence...one spirit and the other human. There's only one god in trinitarian thought not two. If going by the OP, trinitarians believe God/father incarnated/became flesh so -how I understand it:-he/father can "walk among the people as the Christ to come to him/father. To say there are three gods means the bible doesn't mention incarnation. Since it does there's only one god. It's the same person just humanized so christians can relate to him/god. There's so many interpretations of non-trinitarian thought that if I shared my opinion it would be just that.