A bad psychedelic trip is obviously no laughing matter.
Horrible reinforcement of that badness occurs whenever law enforcement immediately supplies fear and punishment to deal with someone having a bad trip.
Instead of that reinforcement, enter the Zendo Project.
If you go to Burning Man (or such), and one of your friends is having a bad trip, the Zendo tent is the place to go.
People working for the Zendo Project already have positive relationships with local law enforcement and the healthcare community.
If your friend is just having a bad trip, the Zendo tent offers a powerfully caring and understanding environment to help her/him ride it out as well as possible.
If your friend is also being harmful to others, then law enforcement rightfully intercedes.
If your friend also needs more serious medical care, then everything is ready for your friend to be transported to a more fitting medical facility as efficiently as possible.
As psychedelics continue to grow within responsible culture (already with the increasing legal immersion of responsibly used cannabis), the understanding arising from the Zendo Project becomes paramount towards better managing (obviously including preventing) abusive psychedelic experiences.
As such, my latest Stress Health song titled Thank Zendo is dedicated to the honorable service of the Zendo Project.
The song features the wonderful voice of The Dreadful Yogi (Instagram), who guides the listener on a beautiful meditative journey to rest oneself in stillness.
Thank Zendo is the last song on the Another Yogi spacemix being released this Friday, so will be released on Bandcamp this Friday (and Spotify, iTunes, and so on soon thereafter). ✌️🙂