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A powerful genjutsu that generates a fluttering rain of sleep-inducing, illusory white feathers. Whomever sees them as they fall, piling up and covering the whole target area will experience Eden-like bliss and fall into a state of tranquil slumber. No matter how much one resists the hypnotic spell, the desire to sleep is instinctive, and there's no fighting it. However, an experienced shinobi will be able to dispel the genjutsu before it takes effect.
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It is a powerful [[genjutsu]] that generates a fluttering rain of sleep-inducing, illusory white feathers. Whomever sees them as they fall, piling up and covering the whole target area, will experience Eden-like bliss and fall into a state of tranquil slumber. No matter how much one resists the hypnotic spell, the desire to sleep is instinctive, and there's no fighting it. However, an experienced [[shinobi]] will be able to dispel the genjutsu before it takes effect.
   
 
== Influence ==
 
== Influence ==
In Buddhism, Nirvana is the complete state of peace, freedom from suffering and detachment from everything in the material world. It is known as the highest point of meditation, which is likely a reference to the technique effect as the target sleeps deeply.
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In Buddhism, [[wikipedia:Nirvana|Nirvana]] is the complete state of peace, freedom from suffering and detachment from everything in the material world. It is known as the highest point of meditation, which is likely a reference to the technique effect as the target sleeps deeply.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 05:28, December 16, 2014

Temple of Nirvana Technique[1]

Temple of Nirvana
Name
Kanji 涅槃精舎の術
Rōmaji Nehan Shōja no Jutsu
Literal English Temple of Nirvana Technique
Games Feather Illusion Jutsu
Other Nirvana Temple Technique
Debut
Manga Chapter #114
Anime Naruto Episode #67
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Classification Genjutsu
Type
Rank A-rank
Class Supplementary
Range All ranges
Hand seals Tiger
Users

It is a powerful genjutsu that generates a fluttering rain of sleep-inducing, illusory white feathers. Whomever sees them as they fall, piling up and covering the whole target area, will experience Eden-like bliss and fall into a state of tranquil slumber. No matter how much one resists the hypnotic spell, the desire to sleep is instinctive, and there's no fighting it. However, an experienced shinobi will be able to dispel the genjutsu before it takes effect.

Influence Edit

In Buddhism, Nirvana is the complete state of peace, freedom from suffering and detachment from everything in the material world. It is known as the highest point of meditation, which is likely a reference to the technique effect as the target sleeps deeply.

References Edit

  1. First Databook, page 213

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