^ Being happy and errr.... stable doesn't necessarily equate to being healthy in enneagram context. I think hitting the high levels require a lot of inner work. In other words, it takes effort and not simply a compare and contrast of stable/unstable of the then and now. I'm more stable than in the past (not due to anything special, just a bit more awareness and maturity), but I would say that I'm still in the average-ish levels. I also think "health levels" are kind of silly. It's too rigid thinking.
Anyways, I don't see the point of differentiating healthy and unhealthy so much. Most people fall back to the unhealthy ranges anyways. If anybody were to nitpick like that, well, it seems kind of shallow. The only thing we can hope for in others (and ourselves) is the ability to step back from our egos from time to time, the ability to compromise when the situation calls for it, more awareness - not just self-awareness, but AWARENESS.