I'm looking for a word that can be used to classify all forces that are attached to some sort of physical entity and affect the world around them. Forces in this sense is like Gravity, like it is intrinsic to an object and can impart some sort of change on it's surroundings. Examples of these forces would be Gravity, Heat, Light, basically anything with a physical source. Including things like Forces that affect objects because they exist like time (or like the ability to decay) Really just a synonym of force that is specifically non-physical the rest is just in case there is some word in physics for these things.
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A force that is not of the physical realm but which influences the physical realm would be a metaphysical force.
Metaphysical : II. Other senses relating more generally to things which are immaterial, imaginary, preternatural, or supernatural. 4. Thesaurus »
a. Designating that which is immaterial, incorporeal, or supersensible (esp. in explicit contrast to physical).