what does macbeth "is this a dagger" soliloguy tell us about how he feels at this point - minutes before the murdur?

act two, scene one

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Macbeth is really stressed out. He thinks he sees a dagger guiding him to Duncan's chamber. This "vision" represents Macbeth's continued indecision and anguish over killing the king.