He makes one point that I do not hear enough of -- let me quote (remaining sensitive to "fair use" doctrine):
It's a deep but light-hearted tour de force, suitable for anyone who has a little time and is capable of taking a couple of deep breaths! Highly recommended, without reservation.Lucid living is consciously being all that you are. Waking up to your essential identity as awareness doesn't negate your individuality. Quite the opposite. Lucid living is understanding just how important your individuality is. Because it is by dreaming itself to be you as an individual that the life-dreamer is able to experience the life-dream. Lucid living is feeling truly empowered as a person because you know that the creative energy of the whole universe is propelling you forward in your life. Lucid living doesn't deny the delights and dramas of everyday existence. It charges life with new significance and meaning. Everything that you experience is a manifestation of your essential nature. So everything is showing you something about who you are -- like a dream. You are continually dreaming up new situations that give you the opportunity to become more conscious. Lucid living is wholeheartedly engaging with ordinary life as an epic adventure of awakening. Lucid living isn't withdrawing into some detached state of enlightenment. It is enjoying an exhilarating state of enlivenment!
Here is a video link to an interview with him, also...on a different subject: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orPuzjxU9gE
And here is his website: http://www.timothyfreke.com