10 Affirmations to Repeat When You Can’t Fall Asleep

If you’re one of the many adults who have trouble falling asleep each night, you know the frustration that inevitably occurs as a result of tossing and turning for hours.

Below given are the phrases that you can repeat to yourself to help you drift off peacefully.

  • I have done my best today, and I am willing to forgive the rest.

My best is always good enough and everything else is worthy of forgiveness. I am willing to try this belief: I have done my best. I forgive the rest. Now it’s time to let go.

  • All is well and I am supported.

I don’t need to figure everything out — not all at once, and not tonight. My questions are absorbed by the silence of night. I trust that all I need will be revealed to me with perfect clarity. For now, sleep is what’s best.

  • An easiness is in the air.

Peace trickles in with each belly breath, filling me up with spaciousness. A sense of quiet joy floats through me; a calm awareness that subdues all worries. My brow softens. Sleep comes easier to me now.

  • I believe in what ’s possible.

I embrace every ounce of my potential. I don’t need to see the whole path. When I must adjust, I can. When I must let go, I can learn how. I accept all good things that are on their way now.

  • I am free to be in the present moment.

I am freed from the pull of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. The purity of this moment is where I’m meant to be. Every layer of me becomes lighter as I sink back into deep presence. This is my home.

  • I am more than the thoughts that happen to occur.

The thoughts inside my head are not indicative of who I really am. I am more than their messages. I am the one who hears, who witnesses. What a relief: a thought is just a thought and not me.

  • I release all emotional negativity.

I loosen the bonds that chain me to a painful identity. I am not the pain that I feel. Negativity cannot define me. I accept what is here with me and untie myself from every illusion. I accept and release negativity in order to gain freedom.

  • As I inhale peace, I exhale release.

Each inhale brings in rich, wholesome energy. I inhale with presence and locate the areas that crave release. I exhale mindfully, sending away all tension and disease. Each exhale brings me closer and closer to peace.

  • I rest inside a pause.

Between today and tomorrow a certain calmness rules my world. I stop spinning and my soul thanks me for this breathing space. This pause is ready to take me in, ready to show me how everything is nourished, one breath at a time.

  • I am light enough for sleep to carry me.

My journey into sleep is all about releasing what I don’t need. The less I carry, the lighter I become. I don’t add to myself; I lighten my load. Every burden I drop makes it easier for sleep to carry me home.

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