When you intersperse your praying of the Rosary with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy you have the ingredients for powerful meditation and transformation. In the Rosary we, like the Apostles in the Upper Room, join Mary in meditating upon the life of her Son, in the light of Scripture (cf. Acts 1:13–20). When we intersperse our meditation on the mysteries with a decade of the Chaplet we not only find our meditation led in exciting directions, but we join Mary at the foot of the Cross. We pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy with her, joining ourselves to Christ’s offering of His Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity—the same offering made present in the Eucharist—and intercede for the graces we have just meditated upon. I am sure you can see how this would be true while praying the Sorrowful Mysteries, but I have found it to be true of the other mysteries as well.