I can't see how you have the Vari-Grind set, but from the look of things, I would set it to approximate the shape of a swept back Ellsworth grind. Also the nose angle seems to be a bit too pointy for a beginner. I would go for a more blunt angle of about 60°.
You can recover from the situation, but it is a bit difficult to explain in words. It would be better to see a video. Nevertheless, I will make an attempt. First, you need to turn the tool over so that the flute is pointed down and then grind the basic profile as in the illustration below.
The dotted line represents the misshapen grind that is currently on the tool and the desired shape is below it. I am showing a 60° nose angle and swept back wings that are like many turners put on their bowl gouges.
When you turn the tool over and place the cutting edge against the stone, the object is to grind an approximately straight line (or slightly convex) from the nose to about 3/4 inch back. When you do this, there will no longer be a sharp edge -- it will be a big flat area on each wing. But, don't despair ... yet anyway.
The next step is to put the gouge in the Vari-Grind jig and very carefully grind away steel until the flat is gone all along the edge. Important: do not grind away any more steel than necessary to get a sharp edge all along the tool. Some areas will require more grinding and some areas will require hardly any grinding. A very important thing to know about jigs is that they only set the grinding angle and it is totally up to you to determine the shape.
I don't know if this helps -- it is always easier to see how it is done.