A very Pure in the Sky way to disconnect.
Thereafter, for nine days did the Lady Demeter wander all over the earth, holding torches ablaze in her hands. Not once did she take of ambrosia and nectar, sweet to drink, in her grief, nor did she bathe her skin in water. But when the tenth bright dawn came upon her, Hekatê came to her, holding a light ablaze in her hands. She came with a message, and she spoke up, saying to her:
—Lady Demeter, bringer of hôrai, giver of splendid gifts, which one of the gods who dwell in the sky or which one of mortal humans seized Persephone and brought grief to your philos thûmos? I heard the sounds, but I did not see with my eyes who it was. So I quickly came to tell you everything, without error.
(Hymn to Demeter, 46-58)