You need an affirmation that reminds you that you don't need to solve all of your problems before you're allowed to sleep. Nothing is so consequential that you can't wait until tomorrow to address. And in fact, getting some rest might actually help you better tackle the issues that are keeping you up.
All is well and I am supported.
I forgive myself.
Nothing is left undone.
I can choose a thought that feels better.
I can be easy on myself.
Maybe you're sleeping in an unfamiliar place. Maybe a passing car startled you awake at 3 a.m. Whatever the cause may be, you just aren't comfortable right now — but you sure would like to be. These affirmations will remind you that you're warm, safe, and in a great place to fall asleep.
Every heavy thing falls away.
I am safe right now.
I confide in sleep.
It feels good to be still.
Where I am is okay.
You need an affirmation that's simple, to-the-point, and totally sleep inducing. These are as straightforward as Williamson's affirmations get. They're the reminder you need that, yes, you can fall asleep tonight, and no, you shouldn't stress out about falling asleep right this instant.
I am wholly capable of falling asleep.
I entrust my body to sleep.
I make peace with time.
I am opening every door to sleep.