Why not raise to 2.5 instead of 3.5 x the bb? You will be out of position (most likely) if called, so you don't really want to play a big hand. Raise to around $2k, and you will have $10k left. Assuming one caller you can now continuation bet for less ($2.5-$3K) to find out where you stand and keep the lead in the hand.
As an alternative, since stacks are not really that deep (10M), and you have been bullying the table, you might just shove and hope to get called by A9s or some other holding looking to "make a stand" against your aggressive image. This is one of those spots where you opponents will sometimes confuse your normal raise with your all in raise. In other words, they are so tired of folding to your aggression that they don't distinguish between this and any other raise.
As a side note, the way it was played, if you were to bet $2k instead of shove on the flop you will look very very weak. I would make a play at you to take the pot with any two cards since you bet less on the flop than you did pre-flop. Same thing with a turn bet that is less than the flop bet -- it just screams "weak".
Also, you might consider a check/fold line on the flop. Since you are playing nice and aggressive, you should be able to steal back the one raise you are losing here.