What conclusions are we encouraged to draw about Macbeth from his soliloquies?

Acts 1-3

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I would conclude that Macbeth becomes more obsessive and paranoid with each soliloquy. Each time he speaks, his ruminations become more disjointed and chaotic. His soliloquys are really a blueprint for his crumbling psyche.