207. It is written: "Hashem Elohim formed (Heb. vayyitzer) the man" (Beresheet 2:7). VAYYITZER IS SPELLED WITH TWO YUD'S TO HINT THAT here man was completely formed, with both right and left. As we have explained, he was created with only the Good Inclination, NOT WITH THE EVIL INCLINATION. But LATER with "And Hashem Elohim formed," THE EVIL INCLINATION IS ALSO INCLUDED IN HIM. THIS IS THE HIDDEN REASON FOR THE TWO YUD'S - ONE ALLUDES TO the Good Inclination, THE OTHER TO the Evil Inclination. HE ASKS: WHY WAS HE GIVEN TWO INCLINATIONS? AND HE RESPONDS: The reason is that he was given the good for himself and the evil to awaken his desire for the woman. The secret meaning of this is that the North, WHICH IS THE LEFT SIDE, always wakes toward the female and cleaves to her. Hence, she is called Ishah, WHICH IS AN ABBREVIATION OF THE FIRE (HEB. ESH) OF HEI, WHICH IS FEMALE. FOR THE NUKVA IS BUILT BY, AND EMERGES FROM THE LEFT SIDE.
208. Come and behold: The Good and Evil inclinations WERE GIVEN TO MAN because the female was placed between the two Inclinations, connected to both. Yet, she cannot be placed between them until the Evil Inclination awakens within her and the two inclinations connect. After they are connected, the Good Inclination, which is joy, rouses itself and draws THE NUKVA to itself.
209. We have already explained "the man," yet MAN WAS ALSO COMPRISED of both male and female aspects, unable to separate and face each other. The words "dust from the earth" indicate that now he is about to be made ready, THAT IS, NOW THE TWO ASPECTS WILL SEPARATE AND FACE EACH OTHER. Come and behold: When a woman is wed to her husband, she is called by her husband's name, man - woman, righteous - righteousness. He is a young deer (Heb. ofer), she is dust (Heb. afar); he is a deer, and she a gazelle (Heb. tzviyah).