It might be insightful to know that “Spirit” is from the Latin word “spiritus,” which is itself a translation of the Greek word “pneuma” which means breath (think pneumonia). The Holy Spirit is the Breath of God.
Imagine yourself talking. There are three “parts” of this situation: a Speaker, a Spoken (a Word), and the Breath of air that results from your speaking. We might say that the Breath proceeds from the Speaker and/through the Spoken. This is the Trinity hidden in Genesis: the Father is the Speaker, the Son/Logos/Word is the Spoken, and the Spirit is the Breath, the creative power, who “stirs the waters.” But this is metaphorical…
If you cite the Bible verse that fascinates you, we can pray and meditate on it together
PS. On a personal note, when I hear this part of the Eucharistic Prayer IV;
Lord, look upon this sacrifice which you have given to your Church; and by your Holy Spirit, gather all who share this one bread and one cup into the one body of Christ, a living sacrifice of praise.
…I imagine a series of circular gusts of wind blowing fall leaves into a big pile