There are often situations when you need to stimulate your listeners to thing deeply and profoundly about a certian subject, theme or a specific message. These are the situations where a contemplative voice comes in as the best option.
Contempation is a process that is connected with personal reflection, philosophical and religious thoughts and practice of meditation. In essence, contemplation means 'to think about an action before you perform it'. Contemplation stems from both scientific and religious process of thinking and is integral to both. It is deeply rooted in practically any world religion and all streams of philosophy. A contemplative voice calls upon listeners to devote their deepest thoughts to a certain theme, problem and think through carfully their further actions connected to a particular theme. It also upon them to meditate on a certain subject and draw conclusions from those thoughts afterwards.
A contemplative voice has much more varied uses than it can initially seem. They can be used in any religious message directed towards worshipers of any religion, but also when the audience has a complex, even perplexing problem to resolve. Another audience for a contemplative voice is the one that is engaged in sports activities like jogging, where the listiner has time and space for some deeper thoughts. It can also be used in educational videos/podcasts geared towards such practices as meditation and yoga.
A contempative voice is usually characterized by a deeper vocal tone that speeks slowly and with a crystal clear pronanciation. It stresses the key points and stimulates the listener to think deeply and profoundly.