|Abstract||Ten years ago, EJOLTS published my paper on ‘Using a living theory methodology in improving practice and generating educational knowledge in living theories’ (Whitehead, 2008). In this 2018 paper my research enquiry is How am I improving my contribution to Living Theory research as a global social movement? This enquiry includes an emancipatory dialogue between epistemology, ontology and axiology in Living Theory higher educational research. It includes a visual narrative to communicate a form of Living Theory research that is grounded within community relationships of Living Theory researchers who are contributing to a global social movement. This form of Living Theory research includes insights from my earlier positivist and dialectical perspectives. It moves into my present, relationally-dynamic educational epistemology, ontology and axiology in my Living Theory of higher educational research. The value of emancipation is in freeing oneself from constraints on the generation of a living-educational-theory.