Now, we mix. If we were to play these notes in order from Middle E to High G, we are stepping up the scale. When they are all naturals, we are in the scale of C Major [the 'upper half'].
Stepping is playing the next available line or space up or down from the note we are playing.
Play these 10 tones while saying the following [go through each point while playing the scale]:
See the note-head on its line or in its space, in your mind, as you say/think any of the information on the list.
EFGABCDEFG = C Major's tones. Starting on the E, the scale is E Phrygian; if you play these tones for long enough (a few seconds), the C tone on string 2, fret 1 will sound as the final (at home, resolved).
Do these & think on these things until you know, that you know it.