I want to know more about my future. Show me I'll do anything.
Okay. Just drink this potion!
Beware Macduff... No one born of a woman can harm you... You will be defeated when Birnam forest walks
Use the grief and turn it into anger!
Macduff you're family was murdered probably by Macbeth!
How dare you, Macbeth! I will avenge my family!
That's bad. That was my last motivation to live! Now I will die in battle!
Macbeth, you're wife, Lady Macbeth, has killed herself!
Due to Macbeth's paranoia, he went to the witches to learn more about the future. He drinks a potion to see apparitions. In the first apparition, an armed head tells him to Beware Macduff. Then, a bloody baby told him that no one born of a woman can harm you. Then, a child told him that you will be defeated when Birnam forest walks. This scene builds his overconfidence and gives him false securities, which would lead to his hamartia or tragic flaw.
After Macbeth had murderers murder all of Macduff's family, Malcolm and Macduff were discussing attacking Macbeth and getting aid from the English. However, Ross brings news about the murder of his family. Macduff went into tears and Malcolm helps him use the grief into anger against Macbeth. This scene reveals the reversal of fortune because the murder of Macduff's family was supposed to stop Macduff's threat, but it only made it stronger.
Before the battle, Macbeth received news about his wife's suicide, from a servant. This made Macbeth lose hope and motivation of life and would be willing to die in battle. This shows anagnorisis, of his fate, that he will have a downfall. Despite his hubris, he still experiences recognition of his fate, because he lost his motivation for his life. However, his overconfidence does not go away, because he still has the false securities from prophecies.