We can think of the Garden of Eden story as being about a perceptual and conceptual shift that can be reversed any moment.
If we’re chewing on that Forbidden Fruit then we’re all full of judgements: good, bad, right, wrong. It’s exhausting and life becomes work and misery.
But if we just stop judging in these binaries; “this I keep, this I lose, this is good, this I hate”; then we open up to the paradise of present moment joy, trust, carefreeness, where everything is a gift.
So puke up that fruit of judgement and live in the paradise of now, the immanence of the divine garden that is Reality.