Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
The Mystery of the Incarnation teaches that the Word, the Second Person of the Trinity, Co-Equal to the Father in regards to the Godhead/Divinity, took on the form of flesh and blood from the egg (the Pearl) in the womb of Our Lady the Virgin Mary, who was an entirely human woman born of the genealogy of David of Abraham of Adam, born Lawfully but in the fractured condition of Original Sin though sinless in her lifetime in the Grace of God.
In taking on this flesh and blood the Word became a human being like ourselves in every respect and yet maintained the perfection of His Divinity which He always possessed, indeed which is the core and Essence of His being as a Co-Equal Person of the Trinity. In this human incarnation we can literally see and perceive Jesus Christ in the physical, tangible sense, something which the Immateriality of the Godhead denies us of the Father. However, in that the Godhead is Incarnated in the Person of the Son, through this Union of the Divine and Human Nature into the God-Man Jesus Christ, we can now see an Image of the Father, which Jesus Christ as the Word always was. Jesus Christ as the Eternal Word of God is the Image of the Father, however it was not until the Incarnation that this Image condescended into a form which was perceptible to we human beings. This is not just in a purely physical sense, as we as human beings can perceive each other perhaps more deeply, spiritually than just the material or physical appearances. We "know" our parents, spouses, siblings, even our intimate friends in an unexplainable way, something beyond physical, and in this, we can also "know" and "feel" Jesus Christ as the Image of God. Just as incense or smoke gives a visible form to the otherwise formless and immaterial force of wind, so to does the Flesh and Blood of our Savior give a visible form to the Immateriality of the Godhead.