Off of a number of starters while in Lotus State, you can initiate a corner carry if you're far away from midscreen. This involves chaining certain microdashed normals into 2C > j.D2A, which will launch you and your opponent to the other side of the arena and allow to even apply okizeme.
However, a core component involving this requires getting deep into the opponent's hurtbox range, hence the microdash. Though this wiki recommends 3C(1), you may find it easier to opt for microdash 5B, 2B, or even just microdashing straight to 2C. However, though easier, they may potentially be less consistent depending on the situation. That being said, those buttons are still valid in lieu of 3C(1), and even are commonly used in high level play.
If you find yourself passing underneath the opponent during the microdash normal, you may be inputting it too early (or in the case of 5B/2B, also too quickly). This does require some practice, but learning this corner carry is crucial to playing a consistent Jubei.