A great quote from Hamilton Morris.
Proposing the idea that there is no “bad trip”. No more than there is a bad meal or a bad relationship. It would not stop you from eating again, or having more relationships. You learn for example not to go to that resturant, or what to emphazise on more in your next relationship.
Excluding of course experiences who are objectively bad, as in permanent psychotic breaks etc. This is certainly not a blanket statement, but an interesting concept to contemplate.
From my understanding, this is technically correct, but not always the reality of how we humans actually work. We are indeed complicated apes.