According to Buddhist world view, Moksha consists in overcoming the causes of suffering and ultimately in freeing oneself from the process of rebirth. How to do it? This is to be done through meditative introspection and by following the eightfold path ( marga ) of ethics .
...to attain liberation . There are three ways: The Karma marga (the way of works or good deeds ), the Jnana marga (the way of wisdom or knowledge ), and the Bhakthi marga (the way of devotion).
Complete effacement of the ego is necessary to conquer destiny , whether you achieve this effacement through Self-inquiry or through bhakti marga.