Macbeth's Soliloquy

Macbeth´s soliloquy interpretation
In this soliloquy Macbeth talks about the prophesy the witches told him and what is he going to do about it. I am going to interpret his words and try to find a deeper meaning to them.
He was thinking that the prophesy was real because half of it has already happened, and so far the witches have not lied to him, the next thing is for him to become the king and he feels very tempted towards it but he does not know if it is a good thing or a bad thing. And if it’s a good thing then why is he feeling so uncertain about it?
That is because in essence he is an honorable man, he is good and brave and does what is right, but the witches, his wife and the power are clouding his judgment, so he is not sure of what he is doing anymore.
The whole prophesy is not going to happen like magic, he needs to make it happen by taking the right or the wrong decisions, “Two truths are told”(1,3,L 126) It is talking about the prophesy, the first truth is that he was going to become the Thane of Cawdor, which happened already and the second one is that he is going to become the king.
It is after that he realizes that it is not going to happen with no work on his side, because the king announced that his son is going to be the new king. And there is when Macbeth had a terrible idea.
I think he is trying to convince himself that what the witches said was truth and nothing bad is going to happen, and that the fear that he is feeling about the idea that is forming in his mind is not real. He is imagining horrible scenarios about what could happen if he puts on practice the idea he is having. His idea is to kill the king, and I say that he tries to convince himself because deep inside he knows he should not do it, not just because of him, but because it is the king, the higher power and he is not just going to affect himself but all the people around him will be affected by his decisions too. But he is ignoring that little peace inside him that tells...