How does Macbeth reassure himself that he will not lose his kingdom to Malcolm?

Act 5 of Macbeth

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Macbeth is rather bi-polar in Act 5. He goes between wanting to die and proclaiming his invincibility. On his manic high points he claims what the apparitions told him. Any man born of woman can't harm him and until the forest of burnham wood walks to his castle, he will never be beaten.