Meditation IS about non-doing. You make your sub/unconscious conscious, when in everyday life you train awareness in simple things. Like maybe you are a smoker and want to quit and you slowly train yourself to become aware of the triggers that make you wanna smoke throughout the day. What makes our subconscious/unconscious habits so strong is that we are not paying attention (consciously doing them) when we do them. Anyways, this is another topic altogether, but I can say that as a 9, I have understood how little attention I pay to my body. It's like I'm literally in a daydreamy reality all day. This keeps me very out of touch with my body, even with pain. I move in a discoordinated manner. Nowadays I can actually feel my body alive while going about my life. This might sound completely ridiculous without a bit of background on this whole meditation shenanigan so I won't go into much more detail.
Also, cognitive functions indicate certain other tendencies. I'm actually an ENFP btw. An intuitive 9 is much more likely of being disconnected from their body than, say an ISFP using Se. So anything that can be said is obviously dependent on each individual. But meditation is a great way of getting to know oneself. The enneagram can help you become aware of your type's bad tendencies so that they can be overcome (mine being disengaging from life in a slew of different ways, to get a false sense of peace, which is why the 9's direction of integration is about being more dynamic and active like a healthy 3).