oh god hands! That’s closer to 60 degrees I think... definitely hands.
Next time you’re at the top of Cathedral look closely at Whitehorse from that nice look out that faces it... look at the lower pitches, it helps with perspective... then, when climbing on those lower slabs if it starts to feel sketch, look sideways... when you compare the horizon to the slab you can remind yourself “this is not as steep as I’m making it feel”.
About 10 years ago I freaked myself out on the 5.3 pitch of Slabs Direct getting to the pinch on Lunch Ledge... really off day and I was crawling up the slab 60 feet from the last bolt sweating buckets... I think folks on Standard were actually concerned... looking back it was all in my head, and horrible body position... that same terrain today is a walk up as I perceive it for what it is, 40ish degree slab...
The closer your face is to the rock, the steeper your mind will tell you the cliff is. Look sideways, stay upright over your feet, breathe... and all should go well... until you slip