A few years ago, somewhere in the world, one research on social conflicts was conducted which was reported by a news agency in the following words:”It’s official. Male sex drive is at the root of most conflicts worldwide — from football hooliganism to world wars, says a new study.”
Researchers at Oxford University’s Institute of Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology also proclaimed that it is actually the “male warrior” instinct which has helped men evolve to be aggressive to outsiders,  reported the British media. Happyho also provides best Meditation and Tarot classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area
In evolutionary terms, an instinct for violence against others helped early men improve their status and gain more access to mates, but in modern terms this can translate into large scale wars, the researchers concluded.
“A solution to conflict, which is an all too common problem in societies today, remains elusive. One reason for this might be the difficulty we have in changing our mindset, which has evolved over thousands of years.” “Our review of the academic literature suggests that the human mind is shaped in a way that tends to perpetuate conflict with ‘outsiders’,” Prof. Mark van Vugt, who led the study, was quoted by the Daily Telegraph as saying.
In contrast, women are naturally equipped with a “tend and befriend” attitude, meaning they seek to resolve conflicts peacefully in order to protect their children, according to the researchers.
Let’s see what Osho had already been saying on this subject. In one of the talks ( From False to the Truth, chapter 31) he says:
“It has been a historical fact that each war is created by the man, but the woman suffers most. Strange — the man is the criminal and the consequence happens to the woman! The woman loses her husband, the woman loses her children. The woman loses her dignity, because whenever a country is invaded, the soldiers are so much repressed — just like the monks…. Sexually they had no opportunity while the war was going on. When the opportunity arises — they invade a city and conquer it — their first attack is on the woman. And the war has nothing to do with the woman, she is simply outside of the game — it is a male game, just like boxing — but she has to be raped. Those soldiers are hankering not to be victorious for their nation’s glory — that is a faraway thing — they are hankering to get the women of the enemies as quickly as possible.”
In one of the reports about the study, published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, was a review of evolutionary evidence for the so-called “male warrior hypothesis”.
The findings suggest that in every culture throughout history, men have been more likely than women to use violence when confronted by people they saw as outsiders. At a basic level, such “tribal” aggression helped men in the group to obtain more females, increasing their chances of reproduction.
“We see similar behaviour in chimpanzees. For example, the males continuously monitor the borders of their territory. “If a female from another group comes along, she may be persuaded to emigrate to his group. When a male strays too far, however, he is likely to be brutally beaten and possibly killed,” Prof. Vugt said.
Osho teaches the world to develop more feminine qualities to create harmony in the world. He says: “The world suffers too much from conflict because of male energy and the domination by it. The balance is needed. I am not saying that the male energy is not needed at all; it is needed but in proportion. Right now, ninety-nine percent is male energy and the woman exists only on the margin. She is not the main current of life, hence there is strife, struggle, fight, war.
That energy has brought humanity to the brink of total suicide. It can happen any day unless the feminine energy is released to balance it. That is the only hope.
“The masculine energy can talk about peace but can only prepare for war. It goes on saying that we have to fight to protect the peace. Now look at the absurdity: we have to go to war, otherwise, there will be no peace in the world. To attain peace we go into war. That’s how we have been going into war down the ages and peace has not come. In three thousand years man has fought five thousand wars. Not a single day passes when there is not war somewhere or other. Sometimes it is Vietnam, sometimes it is Israel, sometimes it is Kashmir, sometimes it is something else, but the war continues. And it is not only a question of changing the political ideology of the world — that won’t help because all those ideologies are masculine. The feminine energy has to be released. That can bring balance.
We need more meditative and loving women empowered to restore peace and take care of the world.