Brown argues that many divine couples in Eden were unfaithful in preserving their union of Conscious Love, choosing instead to bond with the serpent of Eden to experience the lower consciousness of physical sensuality. The outcome of that regrettable choice, that 'original sin,' has for so many divine couples led to a long and painful separation from their bonded union of conscious love. This separation is made all the more agonizing as each couple is left to wander in search of one another in a most inhospitable state of exile from their paradise home of Eden.
More broadly, Dying to be Immortal is about a soul's awakening to the unity of life as an experience of consciousness as it expands and unfolds within the material realm of nature. It speaks to a soul's awakening to the realization of why we find ourselves living as if within the reflection of a mirror-more akin to a virtual reality-and how we may be able to exit this virtual reality and return home to the Paradise of Eden. With but a little effort, Brown tells us, we all can awaken a remembrance of the timeless immortal life we once enjoyed and the reason why we faltered so badly. There is a path out of exile for all those who are truly ready to embark on the journey back to Eden.