In my journey of self-growth, I have recently been struck with a large amount of fear and anxiety to continue. I have always been a huge risk-taker - an adventurer at heart. When I left home I moved to an entire new continent where I knew nobody, and have since then moved countries a couple of times. I did this to explore myself, and to challenge myself to create a life for myself that I would love, even though it was difficult at times. But now I have found that I am more afraid of change than ever before - even change that may lead to my self-improvement. A friend recently pointed out that it might be because I now have a lot to loose. Similar to how one is less likely to gamble their on money if they have more of it. For the first time, I have been living in the same place for a few years and feel established. I have a solid group of friends, a serious long-term relationship, and a routine here. The problem is, that this has killed my curiosity. I do not feel that I have reached my full personal or spiritual potential, not by a long shot, but now the thought of moving, meeting new people, trying new things, and being spontaneous scares me. Even irrational fears - my friends meeting someone else, taking new courses, etc. This is in opposition to the life I want to have - I want to enjoy all those things and never stop growing. Either way, I will have to move within the next year, as I am just a student here for now, and will move away from University. My questions is: How can I appreciate what I have, while also not being so afraid to accept change and growth? I do not want to be stuck in one place mentally. I do not want to fear everything around me, and see everyone and everything as a threat.