The simple answer is, there’s not a simple quick answer to your questions.
That is to say, a concise thorough answer would quickly turn into a rather large essay of its own.
I can see that you’re not familiar with a lot of these things. That’s ok. You’re learning.
I’m assuming you’re young, so I’m going to tell you that you have time, enjoy the journey for what it is as you walk your path.
You’re gonna need to do a lot of legwork and research, plain and simple. Keep an open mind as you pour over things.
This displays very dualistic thinking.
This really doesn’t serve you. I would encourage you to drop this kind of thinking “this=good, this other one=bad”.
In the words of Bruce Lee, “Adapt what is useful, and discard what is useless”.
There’s also the chaos magick addage, “nothing is true, everything is permitted”.
I feel like you may have inferred something I didn’t intend you to from my post. (Though that may be because of your perceptions)
There’s nothing wrong with awakening your Kundalini. Just because you did, doesn’t mean you’re on some set path now. But you may have to buckle in for the ride…
Once it burns through all your blockages and spiritual and psychological blocks, and baggage (this is a good thing, though it may not be easy for you if you have a lot of unaddressed or unresolved issues, it ain’t all sunshine and rainbows) it’ll return back down the spine.
It’s not a one time process. Most sources will tell you this is a process that may be taken multiple times over your life.
This is its own topic. (As well as Ego which I won’t get into, but you may have a lot to research on that matter).
Loosening attachments creates it’s own mobility.
Not all attachments are bad, and not all are good. There’s often underlying psychological and spiritual factors as well. Some of your attachments may be based in past hurts, false lessons you learned from your environment, etc.
When you work through these issues, you may find the attachment changes or you drop it altogether.
There’s nothing wrong with that.
Money is a resource, tool and a means to an end, in this case a desire to travel (and whatever else you may wish to do).
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to gather the resources that lead to your ability to attain the things that lead you to happiness or fulfillment.
People can’t get far without adequate resources of some form or another.
There is, but I would encourage you to do research and become more familiar with all this first.
You can use the search bar and type in “Kundalini”. Read, read, and read some more.
You’re seeking, and that’s good. Keep seeking.