I'm very new to the concepts of SR/GR and curvature of spacetime.
My understanding is that the bending of spacetime is the causation of gravity, and that matter is the causation of the bending of spacetime. If this is the case, all matter bends spacetime to some degree. The more massive something is, the more spacetime will be bent and the more "gravity" will be experienced.
Could it then be said that, for example, if we stand near a massive (in the sense of containing lots of mass) building we will weigh more than if we did not (assuming weight as in the force)? Assuming and disregarding that the difference in weight could be almost negligible? If this is true, then I believe I can somewhat confirm my understanding of GR/SR.