I got knowledge ,that if plant like
Dieffenbachia, indoor placed at home
And writed in its every leaves
Like : prosperity come or everyday goodluck
With colour it bring luck ,money ,healthy( if you write)
But my question is
1.what kind of paint that don't damage the plant
So the leaves still get live?
2.if the dieffendbachia is have dots in its leaves
( other species) or just green colour without any trace
Which one is better for this spell
3.do someone have experience with magic like this
,maybe with different plant species?
Or different technique?
Let's share together?
1. The two reasons why paint is most likely to kill your leaves is either because of toxic ink or because the paint in preventing the leaf from it's natural gas exchange process and/or photosynthesizing properly. Both toxicity and preventing the leaf from doing those things will not always kill the leaf outright but might cause damage to the leaf, which prevents it from fully functioning. If only one leaf was damaged, that's not a big deal but if you choose to write on all the leaves you might put the whole plant at risk. Try avoiding thick paint and anything that covers too much of the leafs surface or blocks too much light. I would suggest only using a couple of leaves or if you must test your paint on one or two to start with before you write on the others. Look out for the leaves turning brown/yellow and check to see if they fall off too easily.
When I write on (dead) leaves, I use a plain old Sharpie but these bring toxicity risks even if it's minimal. I would suggest start by testing a non-toxic Sharpie (or equivalent). Alternatively, since as far as I know dieffenbachia is used to ward against bad luck, instead of writing on the leaves themselves you could write on ribbons and tie them loosely around the plant so that the plant acts as a "guard" for your spell.
2. The variety of dieffenbachia should should not have a huge impact on the spell. There are some reasons you might choose one variety over the over such as personal significance or very specific traits which might suit the spell better or be more visually appealing but otherwise it doesn't seem like an especially relevant detail.
Yeah that's good idea too , I will test both
The effect of ribbons writing ,and leaves writing
( use non toxic )
But what if I paint the stem with gold?
Will plant dies if we paint its stem?
Or if I just write spiraling
In stem with colourful sharpie ?
Do writings with ribbon near leaves is better magical effect
Than writing at stem ?
Because in leaves they are respiration ,breath ( breath is magic)
But stem is just for transport ( so stem no connect with outside??)
Re: Leaves writing spells? By: Misanthropy Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 4 Jan 20, 2017
Personally, I wouldn't paint the plant's stem, as it very well could lead to its death.
I've personally found that if you write verses, spells, etc, on dried bay leaves it works just as well, and you don't have to worry about taking leaves from or damaging a living plant. You would just focus on your wish, intent, etc as you write it on the leaf ( I also repeat it to myself as a small chant) and then burn the leaf torelease your wish/desire out into the universe. As you do, just visualize and focus on it sending your spell out to help you manifest your spell.
i don't know about writing/painting on leaves still attached to a tree. living plants can be used in spells, but normally you would say bury something bellow them, or charge your intent so the plants health symbolizes your spell working or not. leaves [as far as i've heard] are usually removed before you decorate them for a spell. bay leaves for example are typically used in wish spells by writing your wish on the leaf and burning it.
if you choose to decorate your houseplant, i would hang items on it, or put painted rocks around the base so you're receiving the plants energy, but not harming it in the process.