Whatever happens is fine. There is no "wrong" thing to do; whatever has occurred throughout time could not have occurred otherwise, so it does nothing at all to feel "guilty" about this, that, or the other activity. Everything can be a learning experience if you allow it to be, even the most mundane of activities.
That said, I used to think it wasn't "right" to take heavier hallucinogens with groups of other people, as the people would serve to distract from the experience. I now realise that there's a great deal of worth in cementing relationships with others, and that such hallucinogens allow for the dissolution of barriers between people in ways which alcohol or other "party drugs" can't.
Finding a group of like-minded people is important for the emotional wellbeing of many, including, I should think, most of us. Group activities are often rather more banal than those undertaken by oneself, but that banality should serve simply as a levelling of the field, that all in the group might connect over a simple thing. The connection itself is not simple or banal, and should be nurtured through these activities (I'm thinking films, games, small parties, etc.).