The genuine Dhamma, the genuine citta. They are one and the same. This is what emerges out of the practice. You can’t realize this if you don’t practice. The practice is the key that unlocks this Dhamma. If you study Dhamma, that learning is not of real value; it can misguide you, or you can forget it. However, you don’t forget the results of your practice. It will always be vivid. The practice of Dhamma, and the study of Dhamma, differs in this respect.