As far as the situations and scenarios that people are placed into in order to find a more refined sense of self by giving the individual the opportunity to cast away fear and in that sense be born anew, I support the process with a few simple considerations.
As long as the individual is not injured.
As long as the individual is not killed.
The definition of injury can be a fine line here yet the idea is that if a person is simply angry, disrespectful, or unwilling to accept that they were initially wrong, out of ego or personal distortion, then that is not an injury and the person must learn on their own to accept the situation for what it is.
If a person is damaged to the point where they cannot feed themselves, or carry out aspects of their daily existence to the point where that would normally be classified as a disability or physical injury, then yes of course that is injurious harm and should be avoided and all involved should be considered by a superior authority overseeing these issues.
Again, if an individual is simply being stubborn, then that is there duty to overcome their ego and their prideful manners in order to gain access to the higher-awareness of the truth and help themselves and everyone else through that.
They’ll learn, they’ll heal, and they’ll be stronger for it.