I believe that the two are completely different.
My Coach calls it "Functional Two Point" and "Passive Two Point". Functional Two Point:
Is where you are up and out of your saddle, but not that much. Just enough space bewteen your seat and your saddle, to fit your hand under.
Your chest is open, lifting your heart, tall upper body, looking up at your next fence. You are balanced over your feet, with your legs around your horses girth. Heels absorbing bodies weight, while you are asking your horse to come up into your seat with every upstride of the canter.
In this position, you can use your core to half halt, you can control rhythm, fluidity. You can ask your horse to move out, to come back under you. You have a lot of control, while staying out of your horses way.
My hands are too high here..they should be much lower, so ignore that.... Passive Two Point:
Is just that - passive. This is the point in time, when your horse is going over the fence. You stay over your horses center of gravity, you are still over your feet, legs are still around your horses girth while they are asking your horse to come up into your seat - but you are staying out of your horses way.