Some time ago I coined the term "physioplasticity" to more aptly describe the deeper plastic nature of physical matter and energy.
As was explained in more detail in this (2008) article ("Brains and beliefs"), matter and energy is continually cylcing and emerging (unfolding) from a deeper meta-physical level.
As Jane Roberts explained
The physical world that you recognize is made up of invisible patterns. These patterns are "plastic," in that while they exist, their final form is a matter of probabilities directed by consciousness.1
Seems like the term is starting to catch on, as revealed by an Internet search. It's interesting to note the varied interpretations of the term, with one using it to describe the changing nature of employment and careers.
- 1. Jane Roberts, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events: A Seth Book