2 things about the equalization. Because Bleach tends to have multiple advantages against a series that does not deal primarily with spiritual entities, when equalization takes effect, it is usually nerfed. In Bleach the way of resisting a specific technique without a direct counter usually revolves around a notable difference in power where the stronger one can ignore or reject the opponents technique in question which Aizen has done himself. But this is not taken into account here as its too large of an advantage. Additionally, the fundamentals for dispelling genjutsu are to emit chakra all over the body which takes a high degree of control in Naruto. This rejects the invasion of chakra from the caster. In Bleach, again emitting reiatsu all over the body or focusing it to a specific point is a normal thing. This is also not taken into account and it also shows that KS does not work in the same way as genjutsu as releasing ones reiatsu against KS is meaningless. This is yet another advantage of Aizen's not taken into account because again its too large of an advantage especially with verse equalization. Do you see where I'm coming from? It's very difficult to equalize when characters like Bleach characters have so many things that physical world series typically don't. They typically are nerfed unless they are up against exception verses like Hakusho and Soul Eater where those differences are for the most part nonexistent.