Ten'on (Heaven's Blessings)
To begin the technique, after selecting any arbitrary moment, the caster remembers the rhythm of both their body and that of their opponent's during that instant like a photograph (represented as: A). The user must then intentionally replicate the same rhythm and in the same way, memorize that instant (represented as: A'). Izanami overlaps and connects these two identical rhythms (A and A'), as well as the flow of time between them, creating an infinite loop of events that entraps the opponent's consciousness.
Whilst under the effects of the technique, the target stands motionlessly as the loop of events continually replays inside their mind. Each time a loop is repeated, any physical damage incurred is reset as it were before the start of the loop, although the remains of severed appendages do not disappear. Despite being able to become consciously aware of their situation and act differently, the victim is unable to significantly alter or escape from the inevitable progression of these events. This technique was created to save an opponent from conceit and negligence so the victim is able to escape the infinite loop if they can acknowledge the real results of their actions and in doing so, accept their fate.