I've been trying to learn more about Enneagram Theory, especially with regard to the types I feel are my core/fixes. This description really intrigued me.Integration (Two goes to healthy Four)Integrating Twos become aware of how much they have denied their needs and their darker feelings-and how much they have deceived themselves about their motives. At Four, they begin to accept themselves more completely-not rejecting any aspect of themselves they find. Even their destructive feelings toward others can be held compassionately. They are more honest with themselves (after the manner of a healthy Four) and discover humor and humanity in whatever feelings and impulses they have. This gives Twos the ability to see themselves objectively and without shame-and with love and balance. They are also able to support others from the fullness of who they really are and to have greater intimacy with them because integrating Twos are more intimate with themselves. Gradually and naturally, they become more authentic, expressive, sensitive, and creative in ways that are enriching to themselves and others.
What exactly is "Integration"? Is it another facet of the healthiest state of the different types? Or is it the healthiest state?
Have any of you experienced the above description, especially the bolded section? I would appreciate it greatly if you could elaborate on your encounter(s) with it and perhaps your advice for achieving it.