Psychological Reason Behind War Desire

Psychological Reason Behind War Desire

June 30, 2020 by Prasad Amore0

India will fight back,” we hear it now and then, and these words bring us goosebumps.  

These words will startle you in such a way that our hormones start to release, and neurons will activate, which causes muscles to shrink and expand. When a war is about to happen, the first thing that comes to our minds is the breathtaking pictures of ancient gods, emperors, and generals. These thoughts occur from the ancient storylines filled with deceptions, murders, heroic stories, and adventures. We characterize and manifest these heroes so that we can see them in real action. These thoughts manifest due to frequent changes in the human brain and body. 

Modern humanity is always struggling with the ancient tribal feeling and common sense. In the intersection of knowledge, experience, and sensations of his territory, a human being has the ability to create unique experiences in the features, lifestyles and cultural forms. Our fundamental nature will always try to defend the feelings of our race. The emotional feeling about nationality will run through our veins.

Individual feelings are the key factors of every political and social affair. Each person believes they are the centre of the world whether they reside in-country, group, religion or cultural platform. They don’t care about the situations or injustice occurring to people of a different province.

 The concern about the boundaries and nationality reflects the evolving circumstances and surroundings. It embodies the prejudices of society, past resonances and the genetic heritage that will lead to occur as a quality of life. People are always worried about the boundaries because of the genetic impulse that generates from the imaginary thought; his neighbour will concur his territory.

War is Man’s Paradise

War is always meant to be the man’s place. From ancient time itself, men gain female attention through the war that protects their tribes. Masculine characters, superhuman figures and violent games are new ways of restoration of ancient war fields. The achieved satisfaction, adventure, and competitiveness through the activities like run, jump, throw, swim, and wrestling are all created from the evolutionary stresses that accumulate in the brain. It is the byproduct of the natural and biochemical condition of the male.

Battles Sitting Inside the Room

In the modern scenario, physical exertions and adventures are created in the new forms of manifestations. The behaviours and responses of a new lifestyle in the modern era, are searching for new factors which influence the chemical changes on man’s demand, feelings and motivations. Technological advancements in the 21st centuries allow us to lead the war by sitting inside their house. Cyberworld provides an opportunity to perform and experience emotions more intensely. Smartphones and computers limited human wandering into small premises. We try to find new pleasurable ways to gain inner satisfaction. Yet the boundaries of human ambitions are not defined. An internal battle happens inside everybody when we try to suppress the animalistic emotions and sensations. 

The urge of conquering that arise from the historical tales are the ultimate reasons for the human’s desire for war. 

Prasad Amore

Prasad Amore is a Licensed Rehab. Psychologist by RCI, Govt. of India. The 2nd Indian who has achieved the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma through National Qualification Framework of British Government. He is a psychological consultant and trainer helping individuals suffering with mental health issues and other psychological problems. He is a freelance writer and authored 5 books in Psychology and Social Science.

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