While in the second state of their Sage Transformation, the user grows more of their jet booster-like appendages, extends them, and then uses them to gather natural energy before releasing it as a powerful chakra blast, covering a wide range. The rate at which the chakra is gathered and released is so fast that escaping the technique is impossible through normal means.
In Buddhism and other Asian religions, the lotus flower symbolises detachment, because although a lotus is living in water, its leafs do not get wet. In Jūgo's case, his second personality is detached from his normal self. The looks of this technique and the second part of its name make an allusion to acorn barnacles, called "fujitsubo" (フジツボ) in Japanese. The kanji 不自 literally mean "negative self", once again referring to Jūgo's second personality.