Moksha is attained by disidentification with the body and mind, which are temporary and subject to change, and realization of our true identity. Different philosophies of Hinduism use different terms for moksha sometimes. Because Hinduism recognizes that moksha means a union (sayujya) with Brahman, the state of moksha is also known as Brahmabhava, Brahmajnana, and Brahmastithi.
Vishnu standing on a lotus Artist: Jadurani devi dasi "Yet in this body there is another, a transcendental enjoyer who is the Lord, the supreme proprietor, who exists as the overseer and permitter, and who is known as the Supersoul."~Bhagavad gita as it is 13.23
Bg 3.10: In the beginning of creation, the Lord of all creatures sent forth generations of men and demigods, along with sacrifices for Visnu, and blessed them by saying, "Be thou happy by this yajna [sacrifice] because its performance will bestow upon you all desirable things." http://www.asitis.com/3/10.html