The word moksha (MOKE-shah) is an ancient Sanskrit sutra that means freedom, liberation, or release. The sutra has been used for thousands of years by millions of people to transform negative energy into a higher state of awareness. Whenever you feel stressed, anxious, or out of balance, imagine that you are pure, unlimited consciousness, free of whatever situation has thrown you off course.
Sanskrit for Moksha↑↑ Sanskrit for Nirvana↓↓ निर्वाण The word literally means "blown out" (as in a candle) and refers, in the Buddhist context, to the imperturbable stillness of mind after the fires of desire, aversion, and delusion have been finally extinguished. Free from suffering.
Peace and freedom is only found when you rest in the knowledge that your Savior loves and accepts you and you stop living for mans approval. My silence doesn't mean I'm angry, it doesn't mean i am depressed and it doesn't mean i am holding onto hurts and have not forgiven. My silence means i am not seeking mans approval or affirmation. In my silence i have found His shelter and he has restored my soul.