I'm an MD who had a full spontaneous kundalini awakening beginning in the 4th year of medical school. I didn't know what it was for 3 years, then kept it secret for about 7 years because of my professional career. During this time I began writing an anonymous blog specifically for scientists undergoing spiritual awakenings in 2016. Eventually, I published a book about kundalini in the context of a Western scientific career.
Recently I have become more public about my experience. 11 years in I feel I can say the kundalini has completed what it was meant to do, and I feel qualified to answer questions on the topic, and help with reintegration and expression of it's gifts in a wider context.
I feel like there a lot of myths of kundalini that could be dubunked, not the least of which is that it is common. It is not and unfortunatly most of the literature on the topic is aspirational, not practical for someone actually undergoing an awakening in the modern age. I have found a few good mentors, not the least of whom is Mary Shutan and feel like mentoring is an important part of success on the path.